The IndyCar drivers like it. The mayor loves it, and so do the fans. So, why not make the Grand Prix of Baltimore an annual fixture? That’s the plan. Problem is, organizers have not yet solidified a date for next ...Read More »
Is Harbor Point dead next to the water? You may have assumed the controversial $1.1 billion project with its tax abatement goodies (a council committee approved $107 million in tax increment financing Wednesday night; the full council is expected to approve it as well) was “greased” — headed for approval after the usual round of manageable opposition.Read More »
The Downtown Management Authority of Baltimore on Tuesday said its board voted to oppose the tax-increment financing, or TIF, proposed for the Harbor Point complex planned by the Beatty Development Group for Exelon Corp.’s regional headquarters.Read More »
Democrats campaigning to be Maryland's next governor are visiting areas their opponents have claimed as support centers in multiple events scheduled Monday.Read More »
A group that calls itself the "largest progressive organization of veterans in America" added its name -- and Political Action Committee -- to the list of groups endorsing Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown as Maryland's next governor.
Tagged with: anthony brown campaign David Craig democratic primary doug gansler election 2014 elijah cummings endorsements governor 2014 Heather Mizeur Martin O'Malley Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake politics rep. steny hoyer Ron George Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. veteransRead More »
Baltimore’s mayor says the city will hire two new prosecutors and detail them to the U.S. attorney’s office to build federal cases against violent criminals in the city. Thursday’s announcement came in response to a spike in violent crime. The ...Read More »