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Obama’s Labor Secretary Tom Perez: No. 1 priority is ‘putting people back to work’

Tom Perez by MDGovpics with Flickr Creative Commons License By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com “We’ve got to keep causing good trouble,” U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez told a crowd of Howard County Democrats Wednesday night in a fiery speech meant to […]

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Obama’s Labor Secretary Tom Perez: No. 1 priority is ‘putting people back to work’

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Tom Perez by MDGovpics with Flickr Creative Commons License By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com “We’ve got to keep causing good trouble,” U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez told a crowd of Howard County Democrats Wednesday night in a fiery speech meant to […]

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Baltimore Riots: What really caused the city to go up in flames?

Baltimore is a proud city with a great industrial past. Through no fault of their own, hundreds of thousands of its people were thrown into destitution and despair over

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Working When You’re Not: The business of life between losing and finding a job  

Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Dan Schmidt's book - Working When You're Not: The business of life between losing and finding a job.  Schmidt grew up

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Governor Larry Hogan pledges ‘new spirit of bipartisan cooperation’

Photo by Office of the Governor Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. emphasized the need for bipartisan cooperation and common sense solutions in his 2,000-word inaugural speech. But he also gave his

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Fifth Annual Interfaith Forum on Homelessness brings out stories of survival

Goucher college’s Heubeck Hall set the stage for the Fifth Annual Interfaith Forum on Homelessness, Oct. 23, 2014 sponsored by Baltimore United Congregations, the Baltimore Homeless Youth Initiative, Coalition

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How to get private investors to invest in Baltimore’s social ills

As my last column on the Harbor Point Project began to make its rounds on different sites, I started to see some disturbing commentary. A lot of people feel

Afterschool programs such as the ones at St. Francis Neighborhood Center make a difference.

St. Francis Neighborhood Center handles delinquency and victims the right way

Aterschool programs such as the ones at St. Francis Neighborhood Center make a difference. (Courtesy) While researching my post last week on Baltimore's curfew, I found some interesting facts on the

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Baltimore Youth Curfew: Good Intentions but bad timing

I grew up in the “Be home before the lights come on” era. Simply put, your Mother was telling you she had better be able to see you once it

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Youth Dreamers: Keeping hope alive by giving kids a chance

Ask someone the question, “Why do our inner cities look the way they do?” and you'll get a lot of responses. They will range from federal and local government policy

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Maryland is the best place for women to live in America

Apparently, the best place in America to be a woman is Maryland. Well, that's good to know! Maryland has the biggest opportunities for high-level jobs, money and healthcare, according

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