After more than two years of delay, a contract has been awarded for the operation of MARC’s Camden and Brunswick train lines.
Here’s a few other government and politics headlines for Thursday:
- The Baltimore Sun reports that the Maryland Transit Administration is recording bus conversations.
- The Annapolis Capital reports Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold will repay county attorney fees if he loses a federal lawsuit filed against him.
- The Washington Post reports that boxer Oscar De La Hoya has entered the gambling debate in Maryland.