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  • Thank initial 'no' to tax zone for Allentown rebirth

    Thank initial 'no' to tax zone for Allentown rebirth
    A decade ago, as Lehigh Valley leaders desperately looked for a way to pay for what would be a $50 million minor league baseball stadium in east Allentown, state Sen. Pat Browne seized on his experience as a tax attorney and accountant to devise an...
  • Hogan ad takes aim at Brown leadership on health exchange

    Hogan ad takes aim at Brown leadership on health exchange
    Republican Larry Hogan released his first negative television ad of the campaign for governor Friday. It hits a point already hammered by Democrat Anthony Brown's opponents in the primary: Brown's role in the flubbed state health exchange. What the ad...
  • Liberia: a sister in need [Commentary]

    Liberia: a sister in need [Commentary]
    Like many Americans, we in Maryland have watched and listened to the graphic daily news stories chronicling Ebola's escalating devastation in Liberia and other West African nations. Our hearts break as we witness the deaths of innocent Liberians and...
  • 'Strain,' 'Big Brother,' Miss America, Bill Maher: this weekend

    'Strain,' 'Big Brother,' Miss America, Bill Maher: this weekend
    The weekend's biggie is the arrival of "The Roosevelts." The epic documentary from Ken Burns starts at 8 p.m. Sunday on PBS. I love it, and I think you will, too, if you're a Burns fan. Other programs to keep in mind: 1. "The Strain," 10 p.m. Sunday,...
  • California not investigating foster care complaints promptly

    California not investigating foster care complaints promptly
    The state agency responsible for overseeing California's foster care system is violating its own rules by failing to promptly investigate complaints of children being mistreated or living in poorly maintained homes, according to records obtained by The...
  • Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie tries to get noticed

    TALLAHASSEE — If the race for governor were a popularity contest, Adrian Wyllie would feel good about his odds. Wyllie, 44, a former radio host and IT consultant from Palm Harbor, is taking the longest of long shots by running on the Libertarian...
  • Big Mo' Celebrates Downtown Hartford's Largest Apartment Complex

    Big Mo' Celebrates Downtown Hartford's Largest Apartment Complex
    It was the party that officially opened “the season” here in Hartford Saturday and instead of black tie and attitude, it was casual wear and laid back as Riverfront Recapture hosted its annual “Big Mo’” event. And as in...
  • Search on for shooter who ambushed troopers

    Search on for shooter who ambushed troopers
    Friends of a state trooper who was ambushed and killed Friday night in Pike County offered an outpouring of support on social media sites to the wife and two small children the officer left behind. Meanwhile, police continued their manhunt for the...
  • Will California PUC President Michael Peevey get a record third term?

    Will California PUC President Michael Peevey get a record third term?
    Legislators, lobbyists and Capitol staffers who deal with energy policy are buzzing about whether Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey will get a record third term. Peevey, 76, is a former president of Southern California Edison Co. He...
  • Quinn captures lead, not hearts, poll finds

    Quinn captures lead, not hearts, poll finds
    Illinois voters continue to be dissatisfied with the job Democrat Pat Quinn is doing as governor, but so far they're willing to stick with him rather than switch to Republican challenger Bruce Rauner, a new Chicago Tribune poll has found. Although the...
  • Gubernatorial Candidates Campaign With Different Styles

    Gubernatorial Candidates Campaign With Different Styles
    HARTFORD – Gov. Dannel P. Malloy had a packed schedule last Monday, attending a chamber of commerce breakfast in Meriden, a ceremony marking the progress on a hospital tower in Farmington and then a meet-and-greet with participants at a charity bike...