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HMSHost lawsuit over travel plazas is dismissed

The longtime operator of the Maryland House and Chesapeake House has lost its legal challenge to the bidding and award process that transferred operational control of the two Interstate 95 rest stops to a Florida company.

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MARC contract awarded to Bombardier Transportation Services USA

The Board of Public Works approved a contract Wednesday that will shift operation of MARC’s Camden and Brunswick passenger lines to the Pennsylvania subsidiary of a Montreal-based rail company, finally ending a process that began more than two years ago. ...

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Vote on MARC operator delayed by Board of Public Works

The Board of Public Works delayed a decision Wednesday that would have awarded a Pennsylvania rail company the right to operate MARC’s Camden and Brunswick lines.

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Md. panel recommends raising debt limit $150M

ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland panel on Monday recommended raising the state’s debt limit by $150 million in the next fiscal year. The state’s Capital Debt Affordability Committee voted 4-1 to allow the state to increase it from the current limit ...

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Franchot: Rocky Gap deal should be redone

When the developers of a proposed casino at Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort appeared before Maryland’s contract panel in June, they said it would turn the remote, debt-ridden Western Maryland non-attraction into a moneymaker.

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Board of Public Works OKs slots deal for Rocky Gap

ANNAPOLIS — After years of delay stemming from a lack of interested and quality bidders, a group that will build a slots parlor at the debt-ridden Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort was approved Wednesday by the Board of Public ...

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Deal for sale of Rocky Gap Lodge awaits Md.’s OK

HAGERSTOWN — Maryland’s Board of Public Works is poised to approve a $9.8 million deal enabling a casino operator to buy the Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort near Cumberland. The panel consisting of the governor, treasurer and state comptroller ...

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State treasurer says climate change could hurt state economy

Climate change negatively affects supply chains — reducing productivity and causing a rise in production costs — and ought to be a serious concern among businesses in Maryland. That was the message delivered by state Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp, who ...

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