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DHR seeks to extend Legal Aid CINA deal

The state’s Department of Human Resources will ask the Board of Public Works on Wednesday for an extension to its contract with the Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland for representing the children in Children in Need of Assistance cases.

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Howard Bank expands into Harford County

Howard Bancorp Inc., of Ellicott City, and Cecil Bancorp Inc., of Elkton, parent companies of Howard Bank and Cecil Bank, respectively, announced they have completed the sale of Cecil Bank’s branch at 3 W. Bel Air Ave. in Aberdeen to Howard Bank, pursuant to an agreement they entered into in March 2013.

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Dallas firm plans P.G. Co. power plant

A subsidiary of Panda Power Funds, of Dallas, Texas, a 3-year-old, private equity firm that is building several large power generation facilities, has applied to the Maryland Public Service Commission for permission to build, own and operate an 859-megawatt, natural-gas-fueled power plant in an industrially zoned area of Brandywine, in Prince George’s County.

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Real Estate Weekly – 8/16/13

Texas Roadhouse to open restaurant at SJPI business park in Frederick Texas Roadhouse, a Louisville, Ky.-based chain of casual-dining restaurants, restaurant has signed a ground lease with St. John Properties Inc. for a 2.25 acre pad site at Westview Business ...

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Stephen H. Sachs: On calls for treason, things are seldom what they seem

Back in the mid-’80s, when I served as Maryland’s attorney general, I attended the annual visit of state attorneys general with the president of the United States. We met with Ronald Reagan in the cabinet room at the White House. Like most meetings President Reagan held with almost any group, it was highly scripted. Certain of my colleagues were selected in advance to ask prearranged questions and the president was armed with his celebrated 3 x 5 cards that contained the answers.

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