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Bartlett returns from retirement to run Maryland toll authority

ANNAPOLIS — A former acting manager of the Maryland Transportation Authority has returned from retirement to oversee the agency, which manages the state’s toll facilities. Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Tuesday the appointment of Harold M. Bartlett as executive secretary of ...

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Quake felt across Maryland, but little damage reported

Maryland officials say the earthquake was felt across the state, but no injuries or major damage are being reported. Maryland Emergency Management Agency spokesman Ed McDonough says Tuesday’s 5.8 magnitude quake, which was centered in Virginia, was felt from Garrett ...

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Maryland launching 3-digit phone line for traffic news

Motorists in Maryland can now receive up-to-the-minute traffic information through a new phone system. Beginning Thursday, drivers can dial “511” to get the latest on traffic-related news, such as traffic jams, lane-closing roadwork and weather-related delays. Maryland State Highway Administration ...

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Drivers decry plan for Maryland toll increases at 7th public hearing

More than 100 angry, toll-paying drivers decried a plan to raise the cost of traveling on some state roads, highways and tunnels twice in the next two years at Dundalk Middle School on Tuesday night. “It’s an absurdity to make ...

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Week in review: 6/10/11

Everyman Theatre plans second act The Everyman Theatre held a groundbreaking Tuesday for its new West Side venue in Baltimore after more than four years of fundraising. Bank of America donated the West Fayette Street building, which opened in 1910 as ...

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