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Port Rail Work on Track

<TAB>After months of bureaucratic delay, a project that is considered key to helping the Port of Baltimore

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WEEK IN REVIEW

<i>Click on the headline to read the original story.</i><@SM><@SM><b><a href="http://www.mddailyrecord.com/archives/1_155_techlink/businessnews/19197-1.html">Utility bill could heat up legislature</a></b><@SM><@SM><TAB>A bill that could alter the competitive landscape for electric suppliers in Maryland was prefiled this week, setting the stage for a potentially fierce debate over the efficacy and justice of deregulation.

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APRIL

April 1: Baltimore-based Monarch Services Inc. reinvents itself with Girls’ Life magazine. The company also plans a book-publishing division, radio show and Web shopping mall.April 2: A Baltimore startup — Web-on-Site Inc. — is looking to establish Internet kiosks in ...

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Airline reduces service from W. Md. to Pa.

<TAB>USAirways Express commuter service between the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport has been cut from three round trips a day to two, the carrier providing the flights said yesterday.<@SM><@SM><TAB>Air MidWest, a Wichita, Kan., subsidiary of Mesa Air Group, will assess the profitability of the remaining flights in March, Air MidWest President Greg Stevens said.

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GM to idle eight plants this month

<TAB>General Motors Corp. will idle eight plants and about 21,000 workers in the United States and Canada next week as the world

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ON STOCKS: Wall Street flees 2000; faces 2001

<TAB>Even if investor losses seemed to be never-ending during 2000, at least the year itself was coming to a close.<@SM><@SM><TAB>That was the dominant thought last week on Wall Street.<@SM><@SM><TAB>

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DECEMBER

Dec. 1: A federal jury in Baltimore rules that the Maryland Port Administration was guilty of discriminating against Project Life when it denied berth to the USS Sanctuary, the group’s shipboard drug and abuse clinic for women.Dec. 2: While the ...

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Hot Shot: Howard B. Miller

<TAB>When Howard B. Miller was young, his family taught him the importance of being involved in civic and philanthropic activities.<@SM><@SM><TAB>And he is still using that lesson today in his new appointment as president of the Zanvyl & Isabelle Krieger Fund, a Baltimore-based public support foundation that has given away more than $100 million in its 22 years of existence.

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