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Local leaders lobby for gas tax hike

ANNAPOLIS — County and city leaders from four of Maryland’s largest jurisdictions pressed Tuesday for the General Assembly to add 10 cents to the state’s gasoline tax, but the measure could be put on hold as uncertainty in the Middle ...

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C. Fraser Smith: Sunshine and leadership needed for EBDI project

In the early 1980s, when I was a new reporter for The Baltimore Sun, I tried to get some information from the Peale Museum. I couldn’t have it, I was told. The museum was a quasi-public institution under no obligation ...

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Elijah Cummings hosts EBDI minority contracting forum

At a quarterly forum held at Morgan State University by U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, a crowd of about 80, including representatives of many minority contracting companies and some individuals looking for work, were updated on the nation's biggest urban redevelopment project, a projected $1.8 billion effort in Middle East.

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Daily Record investigation: All articles on East Baltimore’s redevelopment

DAY 1: A dream derailed The nation’s largest urban redevelopment, a projected $1.8 billion effort to transform 88 acres of East Baltimore into a world-class biotech park and idyllic urban community, lies derailed amid vacant lots, boarded houses and unfulfilled ...

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