In the four months since Race On LLC took over planning the Grand Prix of Baltimore, which begins Friday, organizers have had a lot on their plates.Read More »
Don’t be alarmed if you see a bright green liquid flowing through the Inner Harbor and other waterways. The Department of Public Works is conducting a large-scale dye test on Wednesday. It’s part of the department’s ongoing effort to observe ...Read More »
Do you like taking photos? The Daily Record wants your photos for print and online. Send us your Maryland Moment. Check out a slideshow of our past Photos of the Day from The Daily Record’s staff photographers. We also have ...Read More »
Public works officials say repairs to the broken 20-inch water main downtown near the Inner Harbor will take three weeks to complete. Commuters are warned that rush hours are looking for bad for that time, but don’t have to be ...Read More »
In the best session for environmental legislation in four years, members of the General Assembly still barely earned a passing grade, according to an environmental group’s annual scorecard. The Maryland League of Conservation Voters discussed its 2012 evaluation of legislators ...
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Organizers of the Grand Prix of Baltimore plan to construct the race track in 32 days, working during the night to make the 12-turn, 2-mile circuit come together. Construction will begin near the intersection of Light and Conway streets on ...Read More »
Ten- and 12-hour days were the norm for state fiscal analysts working over the last month to put together a rushed report with PricewaterhouseCoopers on whether to expand gambling in Maryland. The hours were long for analysts at PricewaterhouseCoopers, too, ...
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President Barack Obama is visiting the Baltimore area for two fundraisers. Obama is expected to attend a lunch at the Owings Mills home of a real estate developer Tuesday and later speak at a fundraiser at the Hyatt Regency Hotel ...Read More »
Big price tag for outdoor decks at Power Plant A pair of Inner Harbor restaurants will have to hold off remodeling their outdoor dining areas, as the state’s $1.7 million price tag for three wetlands licenses was disputed before the ...Read More »
If you didn’t watch television news, follow Twitter or sit in traffic on Route 100 last night, you may have missed the opening Maryland Live! and Arundel Mills mall, the state’s third — and largest — slots casino. The Daily ...Read More »