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  • Some see role for stadium authority in school plan

    Some see role for stadium authority in school plan
    Some Baltimore legislators, determined to win state approval for the city's ambitious plan to launch a $2.4 billion, 10-year overhaul of its aging school facilities, are considering bringing in the Maryland Stadium Authority to provide construction...
  • Delegate gets funny, risks payback

    In politics it's often said that what goes around comes around. Del. Kathy Szeliga better hope that isn't always true. The Harford County lawmaker is known for her caustic and sometimes witty emails to constituents and reporters. But her most recent...
  • Dixon resigns

    Dixon resigns
    Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon resigned Wednesday, part of a plea deal that brings a years-long corruption investigation to a close and ends the tenure of the city's first female mayor. Dixon, 56, will leave office Feb. 4, the day she is sentenced both for...
  • 4 council members vie for presidency

    Now that City Council President Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake will become mayor in February, the job she is leaving is up for grabs and council members wasted little time expressing their interest in the office. Baltimore's City Charter is clear on the...
  • Narrow majority of Md. senators oppose repeal of death penalty, survey reveals

    Gov. Martin O'Malley's push to end the death penalty in Maryland would probably fall short if a legislative vote were held today, even though the governor insisted yesterday that the repeal effort "has a real shot this year." A Baltimore Sun survey of...
  • Senators turn away repeal of death penalty in Md.

    Baltimore County senators rebuffed an effort to abolish Maryland's death penalty yesterday, persuading lawmakers instead to restrict when capital punishment can be used. The Senate's first full debate on the death penalty in more than three decades was...
  • 84,000 at risk of electricity shut-off

    Nearly 84,000 households with delinquent utility bills could see their power shut off by Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. starting next month, when restrictions meant to protect customers during cold winter months end, the state's top energy regulator...
  • Young brings pragmatism, passion to council presidency, supporters say

    Young brings pragmatism, passion to council presidency, supporters say
    Councilman Bernard C. "Jack" Young stopped by an elementary school in his East Baltimore district Friday morning to meet with a group of concerned constituents - the school's fifth-grade leadership team. The children led Young on a tour of the Dr....
  • Young unanimously elected Baltimore City Council president

    Young unanimously elected Baltimore City Council president
    Bernard C. "Jack" Young, a veteran East Baltimore councilman, was elected president of the City Council by a unanimous vote Monday evening. A 14-year member of the council who chaired the key budget and public safety committees, Young, 55, fills the seat...
  • O'Malley won't run for governor

    O'Malley won't run for governor
    Saying his work in Baltimore is incomplete, Mayor Martin O'Malley announced yesterday that he will not be a candidate for governor this year - clearing the way for Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend to run unopposed for the Democratic nomination. "There...
  • Focused on crime, mayor rides high

    Focused on crime, mayor rides high
    Just weeks after Martin O'Malley took the oath of office two years ago Friday, former Mayor William Donald Schaefer gave him an early job review over breakfast. "You've already accomplished the hardest thing, and you haven't done anything yet," Schaefer...