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  • Dixon doesn't deserve to be watched

    Dixon doesn't deserve to be watched
    I was very disappointed to see Sheila Dixon included in your feature of Baltimore women leaders ("50 women to watch in Baltimore," July 22). The other women seemed to be people whose lives so far have indicated they will make positive contributions to...
  • Bad choice on Dixon

    Bad choice on Dixon
    I can't believe The Sun put former Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon in its magazine ("50 women to watch in Baltimore," July 22). How pathetic. I'm pretty sure you could have found someone else to put in instead of her. Do you really want children to...
  • Women to watch and women to watch out for

    Women to watch and women to watch out for
    I was left shaking my head in dismay after reviewing The Sun Magazine's special edition on Baltimore women leaders and the reaction to it ("50 women to watch in Baltimore," July 22). Ah, what a difference two simple three-letter words would have made:...
  • What deserving woman's slot did Sheila Dixon take?

    What deserving woman's slot did Sheila Dixon take?
    You cannot begin to imagine how disappointed I was to see former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon not only included in The Sun Magazine special edition "50 Women to Watch," but listed as number eight! Perhaps you might have included her as No. 51 with the...
  • O'Malley notes fewer arrests, persistent violence in Baltimore

     O'Malley notes fewer arrests, persistent violence in Baltimore
    Gov. Martin O'Malley says he is concerned that Baltimore has stalled in its efforts to reduce crime, emphasizing that arrest rates have continued to fall as declines in violence have leveled off. The governor has brought up the connection between the two...
  • Judge rules Julius Henson violated probation by running for office

    Judge rules Julius Henson violated probation by running for office
    Baltimore Circuit Judge Emanuel Brown ruled Thursday that veteran political consultant Julius Henson violated probation by running for an East Baltimore state Senate seat and sentenced him to four months in jail. But Brown suspended the sentence pending...
  • Rawlings-Blake replaces chief of staff

    Rawlings-Blake replaces chief of staff
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's office said Friday she has replaced her chief of staff Alexander M. Sanchez with her longtime friend and colleague Kaliope Parthemos, the deputy mayor for economic development since 2010. "It was a mutual agreement...
  • Gansler proposes eliminating state prosecutor's office

    Gansler proposes eliminating state prosecutor's office
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler is proposing to eliminate the state prosecutor's office, the independent agency that secured a string of high-profile political convictions in recent years. Gansler, a Democrat running for governor, called the...
  • A clean sweep [Commentary]

    A clean sweep [Commentary]
    Expanded street sweeping is a win-win for neighborhoods and the environment. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake deserves a lot of credit for the recently announced expansion of Baltimore's street sweeping program (City street-sweeping expansion to rely on...
  • Baltimore's brighter budget [Editorial]

    Baltimore's brighter budget  [Editorial]
    When Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake prepared her first city budget in 2010, she had to find a way to resolve a projected $190 deficit. In 2011, she faced another shortfall, this time $65 million. In 2012, the projected deficit was $48 million. Last year,...
  • Is this the last of Sheila Dixon? [Letter]

    Is this the last of Sheila Dixon? [Letter]
    Sheila Dixon is writing commentaries for The Sun ("Baltimore isn't perfect but it's getting better," March 11)? Are you serious? No need for her "balanced assessment." Has she ever "accepted responsibility" for her ethical mistakes? Could she please...