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  • City sample ballot lists wrong primary election date

    City sample ballot lists wrong primary election date
    The city mailed sample ballots out this week to remind registered voters of the primary election coming up on Sept. 13. Trouble is, the forms are telling them to go to the polls Sept. 3. "I think the error is going to mislead a lot of people," said...
  • Mayoral candidate Pugh touts strategy to fight city crime

    Rhonda Eldridge had pulled an all-nighter July 27 to pack. She, her husband, Anthony Johnson, and her four children were to leave that weekend for a four-day vacation in Ocean City. At 2 a.m. a neighbor came to get her. Just a few feet away from her home...
  • In debate, mayoral candidates vow to double youth jobs

    In debate, mayoral candidates vow to double youth jobs
    Candidates vying to be Baltimore's next mayor promised Thursday evening to double funding for after school programs, create 1,000 summer jobs for youth and renovate or rebuild all of the city's schools. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, former city...
  • City moves to strip undeserved tax breaks from vacant properties

    City moves to strip undeserved tax breaks from vacant properties
    Baltimore officials moved Tuesday to take back undeserved tax breaks from owners of vacant properties who are profiting from a program intended for primary residences. The effort followed a Baltimore Sun report that the owners of 465 empty homes —...
  • Hampden hosts Baltimore mayor, council candidates forum

    Hampden hosts Baltimore mayor, council candidates forum
    The Roosevelt Recreation Center on Aug. 23 looked like a voting precinct on Election Day. Although the Democratic and Republican primaries aren't until Sept. 13 and Roosevelt isn't a voting place, it was the center of attention — and campaign signs...
  • Rawlings-Blake, husband collected homestead tax breaks on two properties

    Rawlings-Blake, husband collected homestead tax breaks on two properties
    Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and her husband collected homestead tax credits on two separate properties before she became mayor of Baltimore, in violation of a state rule that prohibits married couples from claiming the break on more than one residence,...
  • Rawlings-Blake sweeping competition

    Rawlings-Blake sweeping competition
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has opened an imposing lead over her challengers with just weeks to go before the Democratic primary, garnering a larger share of likely voters than all of her rivals combined, according to a Baltimore Sun poll. Sixty-eight...
  • Mayoral candidate Landers a clean act

    I attended a fundraiser the other night for Joseph T. "Jody" Landers. It is the second candidate fundraiser I've attended, the first being for Otis Rolley. Both men are smart, passionate about serving the city, and genuinely concerned over the future of...
  • David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency

    David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency
    David Troy started tinkering with computers when he was 7 years old. In the 1980s and 1990s, he ran a company that sold Atari computers by mail in Anne Arundel County. That venture eventually morphed into ToadNet, a regional Internet service provider that...
  • The Sun Poll

    THE SUN POLL The Baltimore Sun commissioned a telephone survey of 742 likely Baltimore Democratic primary voters from Aug. 22 to 24. The Sun's pollster, OpinionWorks of Annapolis, used the Baltimore City Board of Elections database to identify...
  • Irene takes light from some, gives it to others

    Irene takes light from some, gives it to others
    Live from the Maryland Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Reisterstown in recent days: a calm, confident and casually dressed Gov. Martin O'Malley issuing hour-by-hour reports about Hurricane Irene. He predicted a "monster storm." He urged Ocean...