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Maryland Transit Administration

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  • A Year For Rebuilding State's Infrastructure

    A Year For Rebuilding State's Infrastructure
    First, the good news. People here are taking trains. Both Amtrak (31.6 million passengers) and Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Division (38.8 million riders) set new records in their latest reporting periods. Now the bad news. Four people were killed...
  • The best individual performances in boys lacrosse, boys basketball and soccer in 2013

    The best individual performances in boys lacrosse, boys basketball and soccer in 2013
    Incredible finishes, dominating performances, outstanding individual achievements, improbable upsets. Covering boys lacrosse, boys basketball, and boys and girls soccer was a special treat that brought plenty of those things in a memorable 2013. In Part...
  • Nicholas James Kiladis

    Nicholas James Kiladis
    Nicholas James Kiladis, a former contracts administrator for the Maryland Transit Administration, died Dec. 25 at Oak Crest, a long-term care facility in Parkville, of complications from a brain injury he suffered in November 2012. He was 79. Mr....
  • 16 evacuated after water main break in Pigtown

    16 evacuated after water main break in Pigtown
    About 200 customers were out of water on Monday morning after a 20-inch water main pipe burst in Pigtown on Sunday night, flooding nearly a dozen houses and displacing 16 people, according to the Baltimore Department of Public Works. Thousands of...
  • New Year's Day schedule and closings

    New Year's Day schedule and closings
    This schedule will be in effect Wednesday, Jan. 1 (unless otherwise noted): Government offices Closed in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties; Annapolis and Baltimore City. Courts Closed Tuesday-Wednesday in all...
  • Letters: Shooing away the homeless

    Re "Union Station's homeless," Editorial, Dec. 25 Once again we read on this Christmas day that the business community — in this instance, aided by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority — finds no room for the...
  • Five locals set to play in national high school football all-star games

    Five locals set to play in national high school football all-star games
    Five local football players will wrap up their high school careers this week with appearances in national All-America games. The first kicks off tonight with Meade All-Metro defensive end Niquekko Cook and Dunbar running back Coleman Blackston playing...
  • Looking back at 2013's most memorable moments in football, girls lacrosse, girls basketball

    Looking back at 2013's most memorable moments in football, girls lacrosse, girls basketball
    Every year of covering high school sports has its special moments. Watching teenagers win titles and reach milestones they will treasure all their lives is perhaps the most rewarding part of the job. It's easy to get caught up in a playoff drive. It's...
  • Review: Tentative signs of progress in Metro's transit network design

    For two decades, and especially since voters approved a $40-billion transit tax in 2008, the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has ranked among the most important patrons of public architecture in Southern California. It has often seemed...
  • Roundup: Edwards named MVP as No. 1 McDonogh girls win at Diamond St. Classic

    Roundup: Edwards named MVP as No. 1 McDonogh girls win at Diamond St. Classic
    McDonogh’s Danielle Edwards was named tournament Most Valuable Player after leading the No. 1 Eagles girls basketball team past host St. Elizabeth, 44-29, Monday in the championship game of the St. Francis Healthcare Cup at the 22nd annual Diamond...
  • Plan for LED signs being reconsidered

    Plan for LED signs being reconsidered
    Previously approved LED signage for Metro Pointe is heading back to Costa Mesa City Hall for further review next week. On Dec. 16, Councilwoman Sandy Genis appealed the Planning Commission's earlier approval, and now the matter is scheduled to go before...