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  • Del. Frank Conaway Jr. resigns from City Hall job amid investigation

    Del. Frank Conaway Jr. resigns from City Hall job amid investigation
    State Del. Frank M. Conaway Jr. resigned from his job in the City Hall mail room Wednesday amid allegations that he misused city resources by posting a series of rambling videos online in which he referred to himself as "meta," discussed Sasquatch and Yeti, and asked whether he lives in a hologram.
  • 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...

    5 former candidates back Tarrant's write-in campaign against Conaway

    5 former candidates back Tarrant's write-in campaign against Conaway
    Five Baltimore Democrats who lost to state Del. Frank M. Conaway Jr. in this year's primary election are asking voters to support a write-in candidate after Conaway posted a series of rambling videos online in which he referred to himself as "meta,"...

    Del. Tarrant a 'spoiled brat'

    Del. Tarrant a 'spoiled brat'
    I find it hilarious that someone who loses his party's nomination in the primary elections after being the poster boy for what could be considered a Democratic yes-man now expects the voters of all parties to elect him over someone who has continuously...

    Brown correct not to trust Fox 45 [Letter]

    Brown correct not to trust Fox 45 [Letter]
    When Fox 45 chose to go ahead with a gubernatorial debate without the perceived front-runner, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, and took aim at him throughout the entire debate for not being present with an empty lectern and a lower-third scroll blasting him,...