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Columbia’s oldest high-rise being demolished to make way for more development

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com With wrecking ball swinging and clouds of dust flying, Columbia’s first high-rise office building, the 52-year-old American Cities Building, is being demolished to make way for the next phase of the town’s urban core. On Friday, […]

Columbia’s oldest high-rise being demolished to make way for more development

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com With wrecking ball swinging and clouds of dust flying, Columbia’s first high-rise office building, the 52-year-old American Cities Building, is being demolished to make way for the next phase of the town’s urban core. On Friday, […]

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Smaller class sizes allow teachers to connect with students and achieve more

By Mark Naydan Larger classroom sizes are not only more difficult for teachers to manage but they also have been proven to make it more difficult for students to learn. Recently,

Fighting with legislature over Maryland’s future a priority for Hogan’s second term

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The fifth annual speech to Maryland Business for Responsive Government was billed as a chance for Gov. Larry Hogan to lay out his “second-term priorities” on fighting

Hogan running for president was all talk

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com I never believed Gov. Larry Hogan would challenge President Trump for president. I also had a hard time understanding why so many media types – local and

Hundreds of Marylanders every year are jailed for failing to pay debts

Some of Maryland’s debt collection laws haven’t been updated since the Reagan administration. Lawmakers and consumer advocates are trying to update the law to protect low-income Marylanders from collection

Overregulation of vaping hurts adult smokers, small business

Vaping by sometastic.com with Flickr Creative Commons License By Ashish Parikh When Gov. Larry Hogan and the Maryland legislature took a firm stance against selling Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems, or “ENDS,”

Rosenstein sounds off about Comey, Russians in first public appearance since he resigned

Former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks to the annual meeting of the Greater Baltimore Committee Monday night. GBC photo BALTIMORE — Rod Rosenstein, in his first day of

Pay teachers what they deserve

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Day and Teacher Appreciation Week, we publish this opinion piece by a Prince George’s County teacher. By Yvonne N. Baicich Teachers have to compete a lot

‘Columbia’s Promise’ tells the story of a visionary

Developer James Rouse is on screen from a 1987 interview in a new documentary on "Columbia's Promise" that had a preview screening Wednesday night at Howard Community College's Smith

ACLU, 16 groups ask speaker hopefuls for greater openness, legislative reforms, term limits

The chamber of the Maryland House of Delegates. Governor's Office photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The ACLU, Common Cause and 15 other progressive groups and unions are asking the candidates for speaker

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