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  • Baltimore Court Clerk Conaway switches parties, becomes Republican

    Baltimore Court Clerk Conaway switches parties, becomes Republican
    Baltimore's longtime Circuit Court Clerk Frank M. Conaway Sr. on Thursday announced he was switching parties to become the city's first Republican to hold office since the 1960s. 
  • Mosby is next Baltimore state's attorney

    Mosby is next Baltimore state's attorney
    Baltimore voters agreed Tuesday to let the City Council hire its own lawyer, a rare item of interest amid an otherwise humdrum lineup of mostly uncontested local races. For almost all of the offices in the overwhelmingly Democratic city, the real...

    Republicans ride GOP wave to gain General Assembly seats

    Republicans ride GOP wave to gain General Assembly seats
    Capitalizing on a GOP surge nationally, Maryland Republicans picked up nine seats in the General Assembly, where they have been the minority party for years. The GOP had targeted several battleground districts — in Baltimore County, Southern...

    Council calls hearing on lead-paint judgments

    The Baltimore City Council called on officials of the Housing Authority and other agencies to explain what's being done about paying judgments of nearly $12 million to public housing residents poisoned by lead paint. The council also agreed Monday to...

    Councilwoman Conaway sues Examiner columnist for $21 million

    Councilwoman Conaway sues Examiner columnist for $21 million
    City Councilwoman Belinda Conaway has filed a lawsuit against Examiner newspapers and one of its writers, Adam Meister, over an online column he wrote claiming that she lives in Baltimore County instead of the city she represents. The suit, filed...