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Care-A-Lot grants available to beautify vacant lots

BMORE Beautiful is now accepting applications for Care-A-Lot Program grants. Care-A-Lot is a BMORE Beautiful initiative that supports innovative community groups and organizations who want to clean, mow, maintain and beautify vacant lots in Baltimore City. Care-A-Lot grants are awarded annually, […]

A beautifed lot in west Baltimore credit Anthony C. Hayes

Care-A-Lot grants available to beautify vacant lots

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BMORE Beautiful is now accepting applications for Care-A-Lot Program grants. Care-A-Lot is a BMORE Beautiful initiative that supports innovative community groups and organizations who want to clean, mow, maintain and beautify vacant lots in Baltimore City. Care-A-Lot grants are awarded annually, […]

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Senate rejects DACA proposals

WASHINGTON - The Senate on Thursday afternoon rejected a series of immigration reform amendments that if advanced would have furthered debate on legislation offering a path to citizenship for the

Congressional leaders offer condolences following Florida high school shooting

WASHINGTON- Congressional leaders on Wednesday offered condolences and emphasized solidarity following a deadly mass shooting at a south Florida high school. “This is an unspeakable tragedy. It is nothing short of

Election year politics fuels competing lockbox plans

At the podium, Gov. Larry Hogan discusses his lockbox proposal with Budget Secretary David Brinkley, left, and Comptroller Peter Franchot. Governor's Office Photo. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com When Gov. Larry Hogan strode

Frederick Douglass remembered on his birthday

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Today, February 14, marks the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass, or at least the day the famed abolitionist, writer and orator marked as his birthdate in 1818,

Maryland Judges say they deserve a raise

MarylandReporter.com Maryland’s top judges told the House Appropriations Committee Tuesday that increasing the pay of all 313 Maryland judges in the state was necessary to retain the quality and diversity

State House meal ticket and other General Assembly factoids

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The 150-page report of the General Assembly Compensation Commission released last month contains gobs of interesting data about how the legislature operates and compares to those in

$35,000 pay raise proposed for all 313 Maryland judges

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A proposal to give all 313 Maryland judges a $35,000 raise over the next four years faces a hearing Tuesday in the House Appropriations Committee. The recommendations of

Pharmacy Benefit Managers are advocates for quality, affordable prescription drugs

By Edmund J. Pezalla, M.D., MPH For MarylandReporter.com There is so much rancor and finger-pointing these days over prescription drug prices that consumers are often left to wonder: who is fighting

Monster Jam to take over Royal Farms Arena

Kayla Blood is continuing to prove Monster Jam is more than just a man’s sport. “One of the things I love the most is getting to meet all the girls

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