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Maryland Board of Revenue increases projected revenues

By Elliott Davis Capital News Service The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates voted unanimously Thursday to increase the state’s projected revenues for the current fiscal year by just under $130 million, but cautioned that the uptick “is not indicative of […]

Maryland Board of Revenue increases projected revenues

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By Elliott Davis Capital News Service The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates voted unanimously Thursday to increase the state’s projected revenues for the current fiscal year by just under $130 million, but cautioned that the uptick “is not indicative of […]

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We need to move more people over the Bay bridges, not more cars

Chesapeake Bay Bridge panorama by Peter Peretz with Flickr Creative Commons License By Eastern Shore Land Conservancy In a time when most of us would acknowledge that there is practically nothing

Code Red Part 4: Rising heat requires action from individuals, neighborhoods

A mural honoring the McElderry Park neighborhood runs along a treeless sidewalk on July 29, 2019. McElderry Park has one of the lowest percentages of tree canopy in Baltimore.

Howard County is not segregated

Hundreds showed up Saturday outside the Columbia mall to protest the Howard County school redistricting plan. Photo by webmaster and blogger Scott Ewart. By Lew Jan Olowski The Howard County superintendent’s redistricting plan

Code Red Part 3: No trees, no shade, no relief as temperatures rise

Lorraine Diggs stands on the sidewalk outside her rowhouse in East Baltimore on July 9, 2019. Diggs is passionate about maintaining the trees outside of her home and has

Code Red Part 2: Health risks rise with temperature

Michael Thomas and Alberta Wilkerson stand on the front steps of their home in the Broadway East neighborhood of Baltimore on June 13, 2019. The couple’s home has no

Code Red Part 1: Urban poor hit hardest as temperatures rise

Boisey Neal, 12, sells bottled water to passing motorists on the corner of Orleans Street and North Milton Avenue in the McElderry Park neighborhood of Baltimore on July 1,

Hysteria for Franchot and his taproom tour

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com There was Hysteria for Comptroller Peter Franchot in Columbia Thursday evening. Or was it Franchot for Hysteria, a craft brewery in an industrial park? The free beer and

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

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,

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