For some, a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in Western Maryland is not enough. A Montgomery County delegate says Maryland has all the information it needs to ban fracking right now.Read More »
Harborplace retailers changing? An affiliate of General Growth Properties Inc. may operate Harborplace for another 75 years, but that hardly guarantees that the retailers there will enjoy the same longevity. The proposed deal between Harbor Place Associates Limited Partnership and ...Read More »
The sale of St. Joseph Medical Center to the University of Maryland Medical System is moving toward completion, officials said Monday.Read More »
A Baltimore grandfather who was beaten while in jail with his wife on allegedly trumped-up charges of kidnapping their grandchild will receive $500,000 from the city under an out-of-court settlement approved last week.
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Former and current law school deans discussed theoretical ways to cut tuition Thursday, but none had concrete plans for slashing the rising cost of legal education.
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