When then-Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama was searching for a running mate, he did not have to look far for qualified candidates.Read More »
Justify’s sprint to win the Belmont Stakes and capture the Triple Crown last Saturday was remarkable and uplifting. It once again reminds us of just how fortunate Baltimore is to be home to the middle jewel of the Triple Crown, ...Read More »
Decades ago a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, not known for his colloquy, reportedly rose as the legislative session came to an end and stated: “I have come to the conclusion that the making of laws is like ...Read More »
There is good news worth noting in the fight against violent crime in Baltimore. The number of homicides and non-fatal shootings have been trending downward over the past four months. It’s too early to identify the specific factors that have ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan provided some glad tidings to the business community just after the Christmas holiday by announcing that his administration had identified more than 650 state regulations that are outdated and would be repealed, streamlined or otherwise updated. The ...
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Last week, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh stood before a throng of TV news cameras and reporters and stated publicly what many who have tracked the crime situation in Baltimore for the past two months, if not the past two years, ...Read More »
When Amazon recently announced it was seeking proposals for a second North American headquarters, the buzz that emanated from the local business and economic development communities was likely felt in the company’s Seattle headquarters. The prospect of a 50,000-person workforce, ...
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