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  • Chicago pools could get energy efficiency revamp

    Chicago pools could get energy efficiency revamp
    The Chicago Infrastructure Trust approved its second project Thursday, a plan to make 141 city-owned swimming pools more energy efficient. The proposal would not make any cosmetic changes to the city’s aging collection of swimming pools, but would...
  • Cha-ching: Gov. candidates offer fund-raising details

     
    The old saying goes that the devil is in the details, and while that's a tired old maxim, it really does apply to the murky world of campaign finance. While Lucifer himself may not show up on anyone's year-end reports,......
  • Sneak peak at Katie McGinty's campaign ad

     
    We got a preview of Katie McGinty's gubernatorial campaign ad that will air on CNN and MSNBC before and after President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address tonight. The 30-second ad is titled “Hard Work.” It chronicles how she......
  • McGinty picks up Al Gore's endorsement for governor

     
    Katie McGinty has picked up some endorsements in her bid to become the Democratic candidate for governor among a field of seven. Former Vice President Al Gore signed on as a key supporter of McGinty, who served as a environmental......
  • Tom Wolf airs his first TV commercial for governor

     
    Tom Wolf, a York County businessman and former state Revenue Department secretary, has become the second Democratic candidate to air a television commercial. His commercial, which began airing Thursday on broadcast and cable television, is a biography...
  • Charlie Crist, Nan Rich campaign in Palm Beach County

      Former Florida Senate Minority Leader, Nan Rich, D-Weston, and former Gov. Charlie Crist, the Republican-turned-independent-turned Democrat, were both at the Palm Beach County Democratic Party's fundraising dinner Saturday. Read about it here. And...
  • Miller proposes local gas tax, leasing ICC

    Miller proposes local gas tax, leasing ICC
    Baltimore and Maryland's counties could impose their own 5-cents-a-gallon tax on gas to pay for local roads and buses under a proposal by Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller. Miller also proposed Thursday leasing a state toll highway to a private...
  • Could Rendell be the next Transportation Secretary?

    Could Rendell be the next Transportation Secretary?
    With the news breaking Tuesday morning that U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is leaving the Obama administration, could a certain former Pennsylvania governor with an affinity for infrastructure be tapped to take his place? Ed Rendell's name...
  • LaHood departure could leave opening for Porcari

      U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood's decision to leave the Obama administration, which was announced Tuesday, could provide an opening for his No. 2: Former Maryland transportation official John D. Porcari.   Though his name is rarely on the...
  • What Steel City can teach Charm City

    What Steel City can teach Charm City
    I never thought I'd hear a Baltimorean say such a thing. Last week, while reporting on the Rawlings-Blake administration's 10-year financial plan, I spoke with the mayor's press secretary, Ian Brennan. We covered a lot of ground in our hourlong phone...
  • National Penn follows the money – it's own money, to Allentown

    National Penn follows the money – it's own money, to Allentown
    National Penn Bancshares' decision to move its headquarters to Allentown was a milestone in the redevelopment of the city's downtown. It gave instant credibility to developer J.B. Reilly's ambitious plan — financed in part by National Penn —...