Two well-known Baltimore lawmakers are challenging Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. State Sen. Catherine Pugh and Councilman Carl Stokes both announced over the holiday weekend that they’ll run for Baltimore mayor. Pugh, who came in second in the 2011 primary, says she ...Read More »
More than two-dozen Democratic delegates have called for the resignation of Kenneth C. Holt, Gov. Larry Hogan's secretary of Housing and Community Development in the wake of controversial lead poisoning comments made on Friday.Read More »
Three key positions including the new chairman of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee in the state Senate could be filled later today by Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. “We’re close to making an announcement,’ Miller said in an ...Read More »
The 14-acre strip of land that some regard as the entry to Towson is under the microscope for possible redevelopment these days. Called the “golden triangle,” this small collection of food spots, small businesses and the Towson American Legion Post ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate approved Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s congressional redistricting plan on a 33-13 vote on Tuesday, and Democrats said the new map reflects necessary demographic changes while Republicans contended it favors party politics over the people. All ...Read More »
Hours after her victory in the city’s Democratic primary, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said in a news conference she plans to take aggressive strides in local economic development, including a restructuring of the Baltimore Development Corp. Rawlings-Blake, 41, defeated five challengers ...
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Incumbent Stephanie Rawlings-Blake defeated five challengers in Baltimore’s Democratic primary for mayor, a post she took over last year after her predecessor stepped down amid scandal. After guiding the city through a series of crises ranging from snowstorms to budget ...Read More »
Polls have closed in Baltimore’s primary election after a day of low turnout. With 31 percent of precincts reporting, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has a 52 percent of the votes in the Democratic mayoral primary. State Sen. Catherine Pugh follows her ...Read More »
Election officials say less than 10 percent of eligible voters have cast ballots in the first eight hours of voting in Baltimore’s primary election. Observers say Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has a lead in the Democratic mayoral primary. But challengers say ...Read More »
1. The Daily Record has published a number of articles this year about the $1.8 billion redevelopment of Middle East by East Baltimore Development Inc. How would you rate the EBDI development so far in terms of public accountability, financial ...Read More »