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Nathaniel J McFadden

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  • 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...
  • A community grows irate and demands answers

    Enraged by a financial crisis that has enveloped the Baltimore school system in layoff talks for weeks, parents, community leaders and even school officials are demanding criminal investigations, threatening to file lawsuits and asking for a shake-up of...
  • In 1992, Ehrlich proposed casino gambling at Harbor

    As he battles for legislation allowing slot machines at racetracks, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has made it clear that he opposes any effort to expand casino gambling to the Inner Harbor. He has come a long way since 1992. Eleven years ago today, Ehrlich...
  • Historic preservation tax credits threatened by Ehrlich, legislators

    Hoping to avoid a big hit to the state treasury, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is proposing to further rein in a popular program that has fueled a boom in the renovation of older buildings, mainly in Baltimore. Ehrlich's move to put a yearly limit on the...
  • Senate passes $22.6 billion budget bill

    With time for compromise slipping away, the Maryland Senate adopted a budget last night that relies on slot-machine gambling and higher taxes on properties, corporations and health insurance policies to pull the state through the coming year. The $22.6...
  • City senator says state funding favors D.C.-area roadwork

    The leader of Baltimore's Senate delegation threatened yesterday to withhold support for major Washington-area transportation projects unless the city gets more money for its own transportation needs. Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden made the pledge after...
  • Baltimore minister causes more upset on Senate prayer

    A controversy over the prayers that open sessions of the Maryland Senate continued last night after a Baltimore clergyman ended his invocation with a reference to Jesus - a practice some Jewish members object to. The Rev. Reginald Thomas of the Greater...
  • Ehrlich says stand against new taxes is the stronger one

    Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. said yesterday that he believes he has the upper hand in a brewing debate over whether taxes should be increased to help solve the state's budget shortfall. The Republican governor made the prediction as Democratic leaders in...
  • Pimlico slots may cost city instead of helping it

    Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s plan to install 3,000 slots at Pimlico Race Course would require $65 million in up-front transportation improvements - money that is not accounted for in the governor's plans - according to estimates prepared by the city....
  • Buhl rallies after setback in bid to lead Md. agency

    Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s embattled nominee to head the Department of the Environment vowed yesterday to take her case to the full Senate - and the public - as administration officials accused legislative leaders of bringing partisanship to new lows....