Maryland taxpayers are subsidizing about $3.7 billion worth of tax giveaways every year for businesses and industries. At least that’s what state budget analysts think. But no one is really sure because the state isn’t sure how much 157 of ...Read More »
Baltimore City Circuit Judge W. Michel Pierson made no decision Thursday about whether 13 foreclosures filed last year by the law firm of Friedman & MacFayden P.A. should be dismissed for attorney signature irregularities. But after an all-day hearing that ...Read More »
Lawmakers are preparing to tackle the growing gap between the state’s transportation needs and its ability to pay for them this fall during a special session of the General Assembly that will be called to redraw congressional districts. “Certainly you’re ...
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Concerned over the operation of Hopkins Federal Savings Bank, the Office of Thrift Supervision has placed the 90-year-old Highlandtown-based thrift under a supervisory agreement. The Office of Thrift Supervision, the bank’s primary federal regulator, said the agreements with Hopkins and ...Read More »