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  • Maryland governor's race off to an early start

    Maryland governor's race off to an early start
    Maryland voters might not be ready, but six candidates with their eye on the governor's mansion are poised to start running in earnest — touring the state, signing up volunteers and raising millions of dollars for a spirited race. Candidates...
  • Craig, Gansler pledge tax breaks for pensioners

    Craig, Gansler pledge tax breaks for pensioners
    Two candidates for governor — one Democrat and one Republican — pledged tax breaks for thousands of retirees who collect pension benefits as they sought the endorsement of the Maryland teachers union. Speaking Friday to the fall meeting of...
  • Broadband connectivity makes Md. more competitive

    Thanks to reporter Arthur Hirsch for his comprehensive article on the completion of a valuable statewide broadband project in Maryland ("Fiber-optic network lighting aspirations across state," Oct. 7). After having participated in the launch of this...
  • Straddling the city-county divide

     Straddling the city-county divide
    In a recent editorial you noted that Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, who lives in Prince George's County, followed the traditional formula of appealing to the Baltimore region by choosing Howard County Executive Ken Ulman as his running mate ("Twin...
  • Ellicott City ready to paint the town after win in Benjamin Moore contest

    Ellicott City ready to paint the town after win in Benjamin Moore contest
    Howard County officials announced this week that Ellicott City has been selected as one of 20 winners in a contest that aims to give a fresh coat of paint to local communities. The "Paint What Matters" contest, staged by Benjamin Moore, called on...
  • Howard County News Briefs

    Ellicott City celebrates Benjamin Moore win It's a story about paint. It's also about social media and more importantly, a community, said Howard County Executive Ken Ulman at a gathering among Main Street Ellicott City business owners last week at the...
  • Neuman will seek full term as Anne Arundel county executive

    Neuman will seek full term as Anne Arundel county executive
    Less than five months after she was appointed Anne Arundel County executive, Laura Neuman said Thursday that she wants to keep the job. Neuman, who was appointed by the County Council in February to replace disgraced former County Executive John R....
  • GOP's Craig chooses Haddaway-Riccio as running mate

    Harford County Executive David R. Craig has chosen an Eastern Shore delegate as his running mate in next year’s Republican primary for governor, an aide said Friday. Craig will introduce Del. Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, a 10-year legislator and...
  • Inevitability and the race for governor

    Inevitability and the race for governor
    The 2014 Maryland governor's race has been shaping up so far as a fight about inevitability. Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler long fostered the sense of his own lock on the job through a massive campaign war chest. Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown countered...
  • Governor's race takes shape

    Governor's race takes shape
    If you haven't been paying attention to Maryland's governor's race, now might be the time to start. Today's J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake in Crisfield marks a highlight of the early retail politicking phase before next June's party primaries —...
  • Howard council approves revisions to stormwater fees

    Howard council approves revisions to stormwater fees
    The Howard County Council formally approved Thursday night stormwater fees for residential and commercial properties, essentially rewriting a rate structure that was set just four months ago. The fees, mandated by state legislation approved last year,...