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James White, head of the Maryland Port Administration, resigns
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2019-12-04
The director of the Maryland Port Administration is leaving at the end of the year. James White, who is in his second stint leading the port administration, tendered his resignation Wednesday afternoon. Erin Henson, a spokeswoman for the Maryland Department of Transportation, confirmed Wednesday evening that White will leave his post on Dec.31. A reason…
A more skeptical high court to hear redistricting challenge
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-03-25
FILE – In this Jan. 24, 2019, file photo, the Supreme Court is seen at sunset in Washington. A long-delayed disaster aid bill that’s a top political priority for some of President Donald Trump’s GOP allies is facing a potentially tricky path as it heads to the Senate floor this week. Although the measure…
Category(s): More News,Law
Glendening joins Johns Hopkins faculty
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2017-10-31
Glendening joins the Carey Business School as a visiting professor focusing on smart growth….
Category(s): Eye on Annapolis,Featured
Remembering Judge Boone
Posted by: Danny Jacobs on 2017-03-14
Judges, lawyers and a former governor recall the longtime Baltimore County District Court jurist….
Category(s): On the Record,Law Blogs
Hogan officials mum on firing of crab program manager
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2017-03-13
Brenda Davis, the longtime manager of the Department of Natural Resources’ crab management program testifies in Annapolis on Monday before a joint hearing of the House Environment and Transportation and Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs committees regarding her firing in February. (Bryan P. Sears/The Daily Record) ANNAPOLIS — Democratic and Republican legislators expressed…
O’Malley mum on timing of portraits
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2016-12-12
The official portraits of former Gov. Martin O’Malley and his wife, Catherine Curran O’Malley are missing. Don’t worry, no one stole the portraits of the Democratic former governor and Baltimore City District Court Judge as they haven’t been painted yet. And a spokesman for O’Malley said it’s likely to remain that way at least for…
Category(s): Featured,Eye on Annapolis
On post-Labor Day school start, voters care more about outcome
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2016-09-26
“In the end, people care more about outcomes than they do about process,” said Mileah Kromer, director of the poll….
Category(s): Eye on Annapolis,Featured
Interim director takes over as Quattrocki leaves for AG’s office
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2016-09-12
Quattrocki will leave the office September 27 top return to the Office of the Attorney General where she will fill the deputy position created by the departure of Thiru Vignarajah….
Category(s): Eye on Annapolis,Featured
Lobbyist Bereano’s friendship with Hogan bolsters bottom line
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2016-07-31
Bruce Bereano pointing to a sign that reads “ No Lobbyists Beyond This Point” in the State house lobby. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz) It’s been a very good year, so far, for Bruce Bereano. Bereano, the power lobbying fixture in Annapolis, has long been among the top annual earners — though his position…
Environmental group opposes O’Donnell PSC appointment
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2016-06-03
A coalition of environmental, faith and civic organizations is criticizing Gov. Larry Hogan’s most recent appointment to the Public Service Commission, calling it the latest effort to undermine renewable energy in the state….
Category(s): Eye on Annapolis,Featured

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