WASHINGTON — The D.C. Council will take up a resolution next week urging the Washington Redskins to change their nickname. The council passed a similar resolution in 2001, and the new one has broad support on the 13-member body. It ...Read More »
In four days, the Baltimore County Council will meet to vote on a slate of county-wide zoning changes, but for many, just one item on the crowded agenda carries a make-it-or-break-it load.Read More »
Ocean City may find itself without its most famous lifeguard if the City Council chooses not to renew its contract with Baltimore-based MGH Inc., the advertising agency behind the highly successful “Rodney Saves” campaign. MGH has handled the beach town’s ...Read More »
John Delaney, the Montgomery County businessman behind Blueprint Maryland, is considering a run for the U.S. House of Representatives in the freshly redrawn 6th Congressional District. Blueprint is Delaney’s roadmap to move Maryland beyond its dependence on federal largess. “Old ...
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ANNAPOLIS – The Baltimore City Paper abused its privilege to report fairly and accurately on a double murder trial when it published articles implicating a former nightclub owner in the slayings — though he was never charged in the crime, ...
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WASHINGTON — A former chief of staff to a District of Columbia Council member was sentenced Tuesday to eight months in prison for accepting money from a taxicab industry representative seeking favorable legislation. Ted Loza, who was chief of staff ...Read More »
ROCKVILLE — The president of the Montgomery County Council says all nine members have signed off on cuts to employee benefits and to public schools. Under the plan, the council would cut $25 million from the $1.4 billion it contributed ...Read More »
The Greater Baltimore Technology Council appointed two new top executives Tuesday, tapping Sharon Webb to be the organization’s CEO. Webb, a former executive with consulting firm Riggs, Counselman, Michaels & Downes, will take the post Jan. 1. Jennifer Gunner, who ...Read More »
VAIL, Colo. — Public art has become a tough sell in communities where the rough economy has forced cuts in employment and services — even when those artistic endeavors were paid for in better times. Officials in the posh mountain ...Read More »