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Week in review: December 31, 2010 (access required)

EPA unveils bay restoration plan The federal Environmental Protection Agency outlined a plan of action Wednesday to restore the Chesapeake Bay, involving Maryland and five other states and the District of Columbia. The plan involves individual agreements for each state and ...

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Week in review: 12/17/10 (access required)

Casino finds way to offer freebies Maryland’s gaming growing pains could ease next month when the state gets its first taste of a staple of the casino industry — booze and a seat at the buffet, on the house. The Maryland ...

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Week in Review – October 22, 2010 (access required)

New power plant planned Energy Answers International will begin construction in December of a $1 billion, waste-fueled power plant in Baltimore and begin selling electricity in late 2013, the company announced Monday. EAI hopes to provide power to the city, ...

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Week in Review: Md., D.C. on target with bay (access required)

Maryland and Washington, D.C., are on pace to meet goals required to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, the federal Environmental Protection Agency says. Five states in the bay watershed have plans that are seriously deficient, however: Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, ...

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Week in review – Business edition (access required)

Slots foes fight on Opponents of plans to build a slots casino near Arundel Mills mall or to set one up at Laurel Park say they are prepared to continue their campaign urging Anne Arundel County voters to reject zoning ...

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Week in review – Business edition (access required)

Luxury hotel avoids auction The owners of Hotel Indigo, in downtown Baltimore, have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. An attorney for the 10-story boutique hotel said the filing was made to stave off a foreclosure auction scheduled for Thursday. ...

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Week in review – Business edition (access required)

Ticket sales slow for July 31 soccer match The clock is winding down and the ball is stuck in midfield.  The Baltimore Ravens said Monday they have sold fewer than half the tickets available for the July 31 soccer match ...

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Week in review – Business edition (access required)

Earning sweat equity While air-conditioned offices offer a cool haven to employees, the streets of downtown Baltimore were riddled with workers weathering this latest heat wave this week that had the National Weather Service issuing heat, air quality and hazardous ...

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