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Best Week, Worst Week: $180M science center to boost Towson U; ethics quandary hits transportation secretary
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2018-04-21
Towson University took a big step this week in modernizing its science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning, while the state’s transportation secretary fell into some hot water over ethics issues concerning one of his former employers. Higher education writer Tim Curtis reported Tuesday that Towson University broke ground on a new $180 million science facility,…
Category(s): Featured
Hogan calls for new highway contract; Rahn recuses himself from process
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2018-04-20
Gov. Larry Hogan ordered his state transportation secretary Friday to seek a new contract to oversee the largest public-private highway project in the country saying a recent contract that was put on hold lacked public transparency….
‘Even an epic hero has a tragic fall’
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2018-04-20
Ex-Baltimore Co. superintendent S. Dallas Dance sentenced to six months in jail after pleading guilty to perjury….
Franchot asks Hogan to veto pension board bill
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2018-04-19
Treasurer Nancy Kopp, Gov. Larry Hogan, and Comptroller Peter Franchot at a recent Board of Public Works meeting, The comptroller is asking Hogan to veto a bill that would make the treasurer, regardless of seniority, the head of the state pension board. (File Photo) Legislation that started as an innocuous law to set the oath…
Transportation Secretary Rahn to amend financial disclosures
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2018-04-18
Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn. (File) State Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn will amend his state financial disclosure filings after a review by The Daily Record found he failed to disclose the ownership and later sale of stock in a company that formerly employed him. Rahn owned 28 shares of stock in HNTB,  a…
Baltimore County School Board to keep interim superintendent
Posted by: Associated Press on 2018-04-18
The Baltimore County School Board has voted to keep its interim superintendent permanently despite ethical lapses….
Category(s): Briefs,Government,More News
$69M state contract held amid questions about Rahn’s handling of process
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2018-04-17
Gov. Larry Hogan, left, speaks as Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn listens during a 2016 event. (The Daily Record / Bryan P. Sears) ANNAPOLIS — A $69 million state contract to oversee the largest public-private highway project in the country has been pulled from the Board of Public Works’ schedule after questions were raised…
Rahn sought ethics clearance after contract decision made
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2018-04-16
Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn. (File) Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn had a private dinner with an executive of his former employer and advised him to “think big” on the company’s proposal for a multi-year, multimillion-dollar project that state officials were to award weeks later. The February dinner between Rahn and the executive for the…
Md. health exchange board begins reinsurance application process
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2018-04-16
Robert Neall. (The Daily Record / Bryan P. Sears) The board of trustees of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange has approved parameters for an application for a reinsurance waiver from the federal government, opening the door to lowering rates for the 2019 plan year on the individual health exchange. The General Assembly cleared the way for…
Category(s): Featured,Business
Best Week, Worst Week: Md. companies get wave of venture capital money; Hogan takes on GOP senator
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2018-04-14
A strong report released this week for Maryland’s venture capital market meant good news for Maryland companies, while a sitting Maryland GOP senator found out he probably won’t be getting a birthday card from the governor any time soon. Daily Record business writer Tim Curtis reported Wednesday that Maryland companies drew $405 million in venture…
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