Author Archives: Capital News Service

MaryPIRG says state’s utilities must do more

UNIVERSITY PARK — Sarah Elder is saving about $300 a month on electricity by going green. Elder’s one-story, University Park rambler was costing her more than $400 a month for electricity. By upgrading her home through various energy-efficiency installations, Elder’s ...

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Debate sure to go on over structural deficit

ANNAPOLIS — Although the General Assembly was poised to pass the state’s budget for the next fiscal year by Monday, debate will surely continue about Maryland’s financial future as candidates gear up for November’s elections. Republicans will likely seek to ...

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Grant to CCBC to help train health workers

More than 2,000 allied health students at the Community College of Baltimore County will benefit from nearly $5 million in federal funding announced Wednesday by an array of public and education officials, who said the money was designed to alleviate ...

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