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  • Save the bay by improving Maryland's PIA

    Save the bay by improving Maryland's PIA
    Environmental advocates have been working to update Maryland's 45-year old Public Information Act through state legislation ("Senate OKs rewrite of public information law," March 24). There is certainly plenty of room for improvement — Maryland received an "F" in government transparency from the State Integrity Project. The new legislation creates better oversight, tightens timelines to respond to public information requests and requires proper justification for denials.
  • William M. Hall

    William M. Hall
    Dr. William M. "Billy" Hall, a gynecologist and obstetrician who was the first African-American to head the staff of the old Lutheran Hospital, died of congestive heart failure Jan. 18 at his Columbus, Ohio, home The former Ashburton resident was 88....

    Hogan pledges culture of 'tolerance and mutual respect' in Annapolis

    Hogan pledges culture of 'tolerance and mutual respect' in Annapolis
    Republican Larry Hogan pledged to foster a culture of "tolerance and mutual respect" in Annapolis as he took the oath of office Wednesday to become Maryland's 62nd governor. Elected on a promise to "Change Maryland," Hogan struck a tone of moderation in...

    John M. 'Jack' Martin Sr.

    John M. 'Jack' Martin Sr.
    John M. "Jack" Martin Sr. , a retired real estate broker who had been publisher of the Arbutus Times, died of congestive heart failure Saturday at his home in the Charlestown Retirement Community. He was 86. Born John Melvin Martin in Woodlawn, he was...

    O'Malley's rough fiscal ride

    O'Malley's rough fiscal ride
    Gov. Martin O'Malley's last meeting as chairman of the Board of Public Works was nothing short of a love fest. He was showered with love from Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp, who praised him as "the right man at the right time" to navigate the toughest economic...