Every 10 years, our nation and state undergo a fascinating exercise that is born of outward theoretical logic and professed fairness. But in practice, it defies all logic and is one of the most intensely political processes that our elected ...Read More »
The future of Maryland’s sterling credit rating hung in doubt Monday evening after the downgrade of the nation’s debt whipped investors into a panic and pushed the stock market into a free fall. The months-long stalemate on Capitol Hill that ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Bids for the Baltimore City casino license will be due two months later than planned in order to give the state has more time to review questions raised about the project and a federal reverse discrimination lawsuit filed ...Read More »
New recommendations from a state panel appointed by Gov. Martin O’Malley signal the beginning of what some say will be a “sea change” in how Maryland public school teachers and principals are evaluated. A set of recommendations issued June 20 ...Read More »
The developer pursuing the Baltimore city slots license through a series of court and administrative challenges filed another appeal Wednesday, sending the case to the state Court of Special Appeals. “When all of this litigation is over, we’re going to ...
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Sweeping redevelopment plans for the Inner Harbor — including a $900 million multiplex for a new arena, hotel and expanded convention center, waterfront attractions and a new look for Rash Field — were unveiled Wednesday by the Greater Baltimore Committee. ...Read More »
Sweeping redevelopment plans for the Inner Harbor area will be unveiled Wednesday evening by the Greater Baltimore Committee at its annual meeting downtown. The plans would rejuvenate the area directly around Harborplace, the city’s premiere tourist attraction, which is 31 ...Read More »
The planned Exelon-Constellation merger, announced on April 28, prompted the anticipated media reporting and commentary under headlines proclaiming the “loss” of “Baltimore’s last Fortune 500 Company.” Being a business advocate, I feel compelled to offer a few observations on this ...Read More »
The right to build what would be Maryland’s second-largest casino has sparked interest in diverse gaming companies across the United States and Canada. Those that have taken steps to pursue the sole gaming license in Baltimore include a company owned ...
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