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O’Malley signs gambling bill; referendum next

ANNAPOLIS — About 10 hours after the General Assembly adjourned its second special session in a marathon legislative season, Gov. Martin O’Malley praised a gambling expansion bill that he hopes will put an end to persistent legislative gridlock caused by the ...

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$1.4M endowment to honor Schaefer’s ‘do it now’ legacy

William Donald Schaefer’s parting gift to his beloved city will help to pay for flowers, neighborhood improvements and even flagpoles.

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Construction to begin on expansion of Towson Circle development

Look for construction to soon begin on the expansion of the Towson Circle development on Joppa Road near the traffic circle. Sources say this $35 million extension and redevelopment is ready to launch after several years of uncertainty because of ...

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The Daily Record’s Top 20 stories of 2011

What were the biggest news stories of 2011? Race cars zooming around the Inner Harbor? Potential promised (new development in Owings Mills) or potential unrealized (development in East Baltimore, the future of horse racing in Maryland)? Maybe it can be ...

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The Daily Record’s 2011 Photos of the Year

From William Donald Schaefer's death in April to the Grand Prix in September, to the inauguration of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in early December, a lot has happened in 2011. The Daily Record's photographers were there to capture some of these historic events, and our editors have chosen the best of the best to be Photos of the Year.

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O’Malley to bring more than 100 on trade mission to India

Gov. Martin O’Malley will embark on a trade mission to India, the first by a sitting Maryland governor, at the end of November with a delegation of more than 100 educators, business executives and elected officials, his office announced Tuesday. ...

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Another small business bites dust in South Baltimore

While much of the talk about restarting the tight job market centers on small businesses, there is a crisis in the works in Federal Hill where such entrepreneurships are concerned. Many small businesses have closed shop over the past six ...

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