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Red Line dead: Hogan’s ‘best way’ for Baltimore is what?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Key moments in Gov. Larry Hogan’s first term took place last week, but it is unclear how his cancer and much anticipated decisions on transit projects will define his term as governor. His red light for […]

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Red Line dead: Hogan’s ‘best way’ for Baltimore is what?

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Key moments in Gov. Larry Hogan’s first term took place last week, but it is unclear how his cancer and much anticipated decisions on transit projects will define his term as governor. His red light for […]

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Baltimore’s Heritage High School trashes books

By Barry Rascovar PoliticalMaryland.com Sometimes you just want to scream, “What an outrage!” That certainly is the case with the “Baltimore Book Burning” revealed in The Baltimore Sun — hundreds of books

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O’Malley launches White House bid amidst poverty in his backyard

Former Governor Martin O’Malley’s presidential announcement Saturday in upscale Federal Hill starkly contrasted the People’s BBQ for the Homeless behind St. Vincent DePaul’s Roman Catholic Church on Front Street that occurred less than

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Jokers n Thieves: Canton’s Barbecue, bar food & beers restaurant hits the spot

Not too many years ago the thought of spending the evening in an area of town known as Canton was not something most people thought about. Not that many

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Preakness moving to Laurel? No way

Gov. Larry Hogan awards the Woodlawn vase at the Preakness this month. (Photo by Executive Office of the Governor) By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com The Stronach Group, which owns Maryland’s two thoroughbred

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Why do white lives matter more than black lives?

Baltimore has captured the country’s attention for more than two weeks now. Yet another unarmed Black man—Freddie Gray in this instance—had an encounter with law enforcement. He died April 19

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Baltimore riots: Five undeniable truths in America

Since the death of Michael Brown Jr. last year, this country has seen wide spread demonstrations, violence, and social discord unlike anything we have seen since the Vietnam era.

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Businesses should follow CVS and reinvest in Baltimore

CVS Health revealed plans this week to rebuild two Baltimore stores destroyed during last week’s riots that rocked the city and prompted the National Guard to be called up for a

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Prince announces special ‘Rally 4 Peace Concert’ in Baltimore

MINNEAPOLIS (May 5, 2015) – Iconic music artist and multi-talented entertainer, Prince, has announced a special RALLY 4 PEACE concert in Baltimore, Maryland scheduled for Mother’s Day, Sunday May 10th.  The show will take

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Baltimore deserves better leadership

On NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday, former mayor and governor Martin O’Malley and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Baltimore deserves better. The citizens of Charm City, black and white, dutifully

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