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Ervin appeal may hinge on outcome of Democratic gubernatorial primary

Valerie Ervin. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

Valerie Ervin, a Democratic candidate for governor, may yet appeal an Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge’s decision to not order reprinted or altered primary ballots. Ervin, speaking Thursday prior to the taping of a debate featuring the nine Democratic ...

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Board: Primary ballot will have ‘Kamenetz’ as gubernatorial candidate, not ‘Ervin’

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz at Sparrows Point in 2014. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Death will not take Kevin Kamenetz’s name off the Democratic primary ballot for Maryland governor -- nor does time permit his former running mate, Valerie Ervin, to have her name added to the list of candidates for chief executive, the State Board of Elections said Friday.

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Ground breaks for $125M Circle East project in Towson

A rendering shows a portion of the Circle East project in Towson.

Baltimore County officials and developers broke ground in Towson Tuesday for Circle East, a mixed-use retail and residential development at the site of the former Hutzler Bros. department store. The $125 million project will redevelop the department store building while adding ...

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The missing link in Hogan’s BaltimoreLink

Kevin Kamenetz

In 1965, transportation planners envisioned a six-line, futuristic subway system for the Baltimore Metro region that would generate economic development, reduce traffic congestion and complement the recently opened Baltimore Beltway. A similar vision was concurrently painted for the Washington, D.C., ...

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Transportation scoring system freezes out Baltimore City, County

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Officials in Baltimore City and Baltimore County both received letters dated Aug. 9 stating that neither jurisdiction would be eligible for any of the more than $917.1 million the state will set aside for local transportation projects over the next six years.

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