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  • DNR secretary's confirmation back on track

    DNR secretary's confirmation back on track
    Acting Natural Resource Secretary Joseph P. Gill's confirmation as the department's permanent chief appears back on track. A Senate committee Monday approved Gill's nomination after he apologized for remarks that angered watermen and vowed to work on...
  • Michael J. Wagner, businessman and former Md. senator, dies at 72

    Michael J. Wagner, businessman and former Md. senator, dies at 72
    Michael J. Wagner, who served in the Maryland Senate and was a Glen Burnie business owner, died of cancer early Thursday at Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie. The Ferndale resident was 72. "He worked hard for the people he represented,"...
  • Senate chief 'arrested' for subversive activity

    In what appeared to be the answer to many Republicans' prayers, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller was "arrested" Thursday night and charged with aiding the enemies of the United States government. The mock arrest took place at the annual dinner of...
  • Don't raise debt cap, lawmakers told

    The General Assembly's chief budget analyst warned lawmakers Thursday that too much borrowing to achieve Gov. Martin O'Malley's goal of creating jobs through public works spending could put the state's sterling bond rating in jeopardy. Warren G....
  • Joseph W. Alton Jr., first Arundel County executive )[Obituary]

    Joseph W. Alton Jr., first Arundel County executive )[Obituary]
    Joseph W. Alton Jr., who served as the first Anne Arundel County executive and whose political career ended at the jailhouse door, died Friday of complications from dementia at Genesis Eldercare Spa Creek Center. He was 94. "Joe was probably the most...
  • Others up ante as Md. slots idle

    Others up ante as Md. slots idle
    Even as slot-machine projects in Maryland stall, other states are betting big on expanded gambling. In West Virginia, Charles Town Races and Slots just 75 miles west of Baltimore plans to offer poker, roulette and other table games as early as the summer...
  • York Capital may join bid for Baltimore slots

    The developers of a proposed Baltimore casino are in talks with a multibillion-dollar investment group to provide cash for the slow-starting project, according to sources familiar with the discussions. The Baltimore City Entertainment Group included...
  • Slots panel may deny city, Arundel bids

    Slots panel may deny city, Arundel bids
    Commissioners handing out Maryland's slots licenses expressed grave concerns Wednesday about the proposals for lucrative gambling casinos in Baltimore and Anne Arundel County - and said they might toss out those applications if questions can't be resolved...
  • City bailout carries risks, rewards

    By spurning the state's terms for a bailout of Baltimore's financially troubled school system, Mayor Martin O'Malley has embarked on a high-risk political strategy that could lead to great rewards or humiliating failure for himself and Baltimore. After...
  • Ehrlich, mayor nearing a deal on city schools

    An agreement is near that would prevent teacher layoffs or salary reductions for the remainder of the school year while still advancing state money for a bailout of city schools, Maryland legislative leaders said yesterday. "It's my understanding they've...
  • Instructing state lawmakers in Budget 101

    First in a series of occasional articles. One of the most powerful people in this town is so boring you could fall asleep listening to him talk about his work. That's when he unleashes his dry sense of humor, finding new ways to say things to keep even...