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Top 5: ‘It is attacking sham litigation’

The Bozzuto Group is moving forward with its plan for luxury apartments at Fells Point, and downtown property owners are both alleging that each other’s lawsuit over the State Center is a “sham.” Those stories and more in this week’s ...

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Charges dropped in Frederick farm equipment theft case

FREDERICK — Frederick County prosecutors say they won’t pursue theft charges against a Thurmont farmer accused of possessing stolen farm and construction equipment. The state’s attorney’s office said Wednesday that the charges filed in June against Jan Lawyer will be ...

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$17M for Blue Plains sewage plant approved

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s Board of Public Works has approved $17 million in construction grants for the Blue Plains sewage plant, the largest single source of nitrogen pollution entering the Chesapeake Bay. The Department of the Environment says the grants approved ...

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Economy improving but job growth still weak

WASHINGTON— Factories are producing more. Construction is growing. People are buying more cars. The holiday shopping season is off to a strong start. Normally, all that would suggest a bright outlook for the economy. Problem is, employers still aren’t hiring ...

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Maryland’s jobless numbers decline

Maryland’s unemployment rate fell in October for the first time in six months, but economists and labor officials cautioned Tuesday the state faces immense challenges as the economy recovers slowly and federal lawmakers debate deep budget cuts. “October’s improvement should ...

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