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Eye on Annapolis The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog... [Read More]
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"American Taliban" leads news items including an overturned conviction, law-school accreditation and "revenge porn." [Read More]
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Attendees start flooding into the conference center hoping to make deals on Monday. Brick-and-mortar retailers have faced significant challenges from the rise of online retailers... [Read More]
While land developers celebrated the start of construction on a portion of the $5.5 billion Port Covington redevelopment project this week, a ransomware virus infecting... [Read More]
Work has been halted at the Hendler Creamery redevelopment site in east Baltimore, seen near the new Ronald McDonald House. (Adam Bednar) Work transforming the... [Read More]
Dr. Sandra L. Kurtinitis, president of the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), has worked tirelessly to advocate for students to attend community... [Read More]
A judge could rule by the end of the month on whether a new law allowing Johns Hopkins University to establish a private police force... [Read More]
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A Towson man is facing 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to his role in a $550 million Ponzi scheme Thursday. [Read More]
University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret. (File Photo) Two of Maryland's top higher education positions will get fresh faces next year when University System... [Read More]
Nearly 73 percent of respondents to The Daily Record's Pulse Poll think Maryland should provide funding to keep the Preakness in Baltimore. [Read More]
Continental Realty Corp. has purchased a Glen Burnie shopping center for $16.2 million. The firm said on Thursday that it purchased Governors Commons at 7311... [Read More]
Attorney General Brian E. Frosh will join four other state attorneys general Thursday in making a "major announcement" about the opioid epidemic. [Read More]
Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors CEO Al Ingraham Wednesday expressed cautious optimism to members that the city's computer systems can be restored in a matter... [Read More]
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"We have a very special space coming open in July," says John Hermann, COPT's vice president of leasing and asset management, of 250 W. Pratt... [Read More]
Foster Wheeler and the family of a man who allegedly died from exposure to the company's asbestos-containing products engage in war of words. [Read More]
Nicholas Hawkins, former in-house counsel at Under Armour, is joining Womble Bond Dickinson's Baltimore office as a senior associate. (Courtesy photo) Nicholas Hawkins, former in-house... [Read More]
The Daily Record received 22 awards, including two Best of Show awards, in the Maryland Delaware District of Columbia Press Association's 2017 editorial, design... [Read More]
  A virus that has infected Baltimore city government computers is preventing basic real estate transactions from being processed, some  industry executives said. (AP Photo/David... [Read More]
A speed camera on Old Harford Road outside the Hamilton Elementary Middle School. (File Photo/The Daily Record) Four Maryland jurisdictions accounted for nearly 60 percent... [Read More]
A Baltimore couple who say they were victims of a robbery orchestrated by members of the Gun Trace Task Force filed a federal lawsuit against... [Read More]
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