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  • O'Malley to give away tax evader's donations

    Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday that he will follow the lead of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in returning donations from Richard Stewart, a political mover and shaker who pleaded guilty this month to tax evasion. Stewart's...
  • Dems' dismal track record of flawed appointees

    The fact that Nathan Chapman and Richard Stewart were both subjects of articles in a recent issue of The Sun underscores the exquisite judgment of our recent Democratic governors ("Pension scandal figure Chapman set for release" and "O'Malley says he'll...
  • City officials seek new group to run Grand Prix

    City officials seek new group to run Grand Prix
    City officials have terminated the contract of the troubled company that organized the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix and are seeking a new group to run the racing festival in the coming year, the mayor's office announced Friday. The city ended Baltimore...
  • After eight years of owning Ravens, Bisciotti ready for a Super Bowl

    After eight years of owning Ravens, Bisciotti ready for a Super Bowl
    It was well past midnight, and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti was ready to sign off after his team's second straight exhilarating victory over arch rival Pittsburgh Steelers. But Bisciotti had one last thought to share with friend and adviser Ron Shapiro....
  • City prosecutors seek new office space

    Baltimore prosecutors might soon be packing up and leaving their cramped digs in the city's 112-year-old courthouse for a newer downtown office building. A plan being pushed by leaders in Baltimore and Annapolis would provide up to $1 million for the...
  • Stretching downtown

    Stretching downtown
    According to Google Maps, it's about nine-tenths of a mile from Constellation Energy's current headquarters near the intersection of Pratt and President streets to the site company officials have chosen for a new office tower, assuming the firm's merger...
  • Mayor invites family, donors, business allies to skybox

    Mayor invites family, donors, business allies to skybox
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's guests in the city's private skybox at Ravens games this past season included a small circle of city employees, prominent business leaders, donors to her campaign, and several family members, documents show. City...
  • Mayor's skybox practices raise questions

    The Sun's recent article concerning skybox tickets used by MayorStephanie Rawlings-Blakebrings to light the arrogance of the mayor ("Mayor invites family, donors, allies to M&T box," Feb. 9). I am confused as to the services her family provides to the...
  • Baltimore to unveil new Grand Prix contract

    Baltimore to unveil new Grand Prix contract
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration has struck a five-year deal with a new team to manage the Baltimore Grand Prix race, including new safeguards designed to insulate the city from losses — a provision crafted after last year's financial...
  • Mayor says another Grand Prix is in city's 'best interest'

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday that drafting a new contract to continue the Baltimore Grand Prix was the city's smartest move, even as others questioned why the deal didn't do more to recover losses to vendors and taxpayers from the 2011...
  • Baltimore Grand Prix: Good money after bad?

    Baltimore Grand Prix: Good money after bad?
    When it became clear that the Baltimore Grand Prix was in financial ruin and wouldn't be able to pay the city millions it owed in taxes and expense reimbursement — not to mention millions more it owed to the state and to assorted vendors —...