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Government, Schools, Business
New council president says she'll emphasize economic development and educational equality in 2013.
The sometimes outspoken councilman says the county has moved forward but "we have serious work to do."
County Executive Isiah Leggett talks about crossing the million-resident threshold, and how to encourage the right kinds of growth.
Nationwide, more than 800 higher-learning institutions restrict tobacco use, including many nearby.
Maryland delegation was set to leave next week on eight-day trip to Israel, Jordan and the West Bank.
Ervin: ‘We’re turning on a faucet and only letting some drops drip out of the faucet, and then we’re pretending like that’s good enough.’
Hostess shutdown could spell the demise of a snack-cake slice of Americana.
County Council will hold eight public hearings and introduce three pieces of legislation on Tuesday.
Schools, Business, Elections
As the high-stakes campaign hits its home stretch, a pair of polls suggest Question 7 could be a losing bet.
$319 million in county-issued bonds will go on sale next week.
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