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Consultant studies are a two-way street. First, the study has to be worth something; second, the group for whom the study was performed has to be willing to act on it. Seems as if we got one out of two. A recent study to assess Washington County’s...
A Pikesville man has filed an Open Meetings Act violation complaint against the Baltimore County Council, alleging that citizens didn't get proper notice of a meeting where they could have testified about the county's new stormwater fee. The council...
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The chair of the Maryland Republican Party says longtime GOP fundraiser Richard Hug has died. Diana Waterman announced Hug's death in a statement on Tuesday. Waterman says the 78-year-old Arnold resident raised more than...
Your article on Coppin State University's new science building truly boggles the mind ("Science center may help Coppin close the gap," May 3). The state is spending $80 million for a building the university admits it does not have sufficient funds to...
Richard E. "Dick" Hug, a prominent businessman and prolific fundraiser for Republican candidates, died Saturday. He was 78. Mr. Hug was the finance chairman for three Maryland gubernatorial campaigns — Ellen R. Sauerbrey in 1998 and Robert L....
Maravene Loeschke has the full support of the Towson University Foundation, Inc.'s board of directors. In her role as president of Towson University, she is required to ensure that the school is compliant with all federal laws and fiscally responsible...
If Towson University is so strapped for funds that President Maravene Loeschke needs to disband her baseball and soccer programs, how can she afford to spend so much on the deluge of TV advertisements that are on the air daily? No other college in the...
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Coppin State University is moving forward with an $80 million Science and Technology Center that it hopes will boost sagging enrollment despite concerns that the West Baltimore school will not have enough money to operate the building. A ceremonial...
This has been an active winter for downtown Hagers-town. A stadium proposal came and went. The school board, on hearing the siren call of City Center, fled for the burbs. The march of small business bankruptcies continued, often leaving unpaid lessors and...
email@example.comThe first year Amanda Krause and her horse, Coty, participated in a Baltimore County, Md., horse show many years ago, Coty bucked her off him, Krause recalled Sunday. Coty wasn’t used to shows at the time, said Krause, who has had Coty since he was...
The Towson University Board of Visitors fully supports President Maravene Loeschke and her leadership of the University ("Franchot goes too far" April 20). President Loeschke has taken the responsible approach to ensure that Towson athletics are...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCycler the recycle robot met with students at Pangborn Elementary School on Monday in the University Plaza in downtown Hagerstown for the City of Hagerstown Earth Day Celebration that featured Mayor David S. Gysberts, Barbara Ingram School for the Arts...
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