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Study: Journalism should emulate teaching hospitals

COLLEGE PARK — Media companies, struggling in a time of economic uncertainty, are increasingly relying on students to plug information gaps for the public, according to a new report released at Journalism Interactive, an international conference on digital journalism education ...

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Study: Rich get a lot richer, outpace middle class

WASHINGTON — The richest 1 percent of Americans have been getting far richer over the last three decades while the middle class and poor have seen their after-tax household income only crawl up in comparison, according to a government study. ...

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Study: Crab population beginning to rebound

Big male crabs fetch the highest prices, but when it comes to ensuring the Chesapeake Bay will continue to produce those No. 1 males, researchers are increasingly paying attention to how many females are harvested. A new assessment released Tuesday ...

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New hospital planned for P.G. County (access required)

UPPER MARLBORO — A partnership among state and local leaders, educators and health care officials will bring a new hospital to Prince George’s County to revive the long-struggling public care system there. The deal was announced Thursday, beginning a study ...

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Board approves study for Maryland horse park (access required)

The Maryland Horse Industry Board voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward on the first phase of a viability study for a state horse park. The board approved $8,000 to pay for the study to be conducted through the Maryland Stadium ...

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Study: Thousands of PACER documents failed to redact sensitive information (access required)

The online federal judicial documents database PACER may have a problem with its redaction system, exposing personal information, trade secrets and other sensitive information, according to a recent study. The study found that the black boxes used to conceal redacted ...

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Study shows Maryland’s social services staffing sorely short

As state dollars got tighter and average incomes got lower, the state’s social services offices were nearly 1,100 employees and $50 million short of what was needed to meet demand according to a new study from the Maryland Budget and ...

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Gov. O’Malley, Mayor Rawlings-Blake request new arena study (access required)

Gov. Martin O’Malley and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake have officially requested that the Maryland Stadium Authority conduct a feasibility study on plans to expand the Baltimore Convention Center and build a new arena and hotel in downtown Baltimore. The study, which ...

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