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Light Rail Lines Would Provide Job Opportunities to Baltimore’s Poorest Residents, But Will Hogan Agree?

Light Rail Lines Would Provide Job Opportunities to Baltimore’s Poorest Residents, But Will Hogan Agree?

Gov. Larry Hogan has a big decision to make for the Baltimore community, and he’s promised to make it by the end of the month — which is creeping closer…

Maryland Refuses to Grant Permit for Planned Baltimore Crude Oil Terminal

Maryland Refuses to Grant Permit for Planned Baltimore Crude Oil Terminal

The state Department of the Environment recently denied a Houston-based company’s application to permit crude oil shipments through its port of Baltimore terminal in Fairfield, citing a potential safety threat…

Richest Man in Russia Facing Huge Divorce Bill

Richest Man in Russia Facing Huge Divorce Bill

Divorce often comes with a heavy price tag. For some, the cost of separating from a spouse is figuratively high; for others, it’s literally more costly. Take, for example, the…

Maryland Bans Fracking for Next 2 Years

Maryland Bans Fracking for Next 2 Years

Fracking has been banned in Maryland for the next two years as Gov. Larry Hogan let a bill pass into law without his signature last week. He had until May…

Maryland Loosens Hunting and Gun Laws

Maryland Loosens Hunting and Gun Laws

Marylanders love to hunt, which is why the news of two new laws may be welcome tidings. More than 38 million Americans hunt and fish. In fact, more Americans hunt…

After Legislative Approval, Tesla Waits for Gov. Hogan’s Signature To Begin Selling Cars Directly To Consumers

After Legislative Approval, Tesla Waits for Gov. Hogan’s Signature To Begin Selling Cars Directly To Consumers

Just minutes before Maryland’s General Assembly closed on April 13, Tesla Motors Inc. received the OK to sell its car directly to consumers. As Automotive News has noted, the legislative bill, House…

Maryland Poised to Pass Social Media Law

Maryland Poised to Pass Social Media Law

Just a few weeks after two high school students were caught using social media to cheat on a standardized test, the state of Maryland House of Delegates voted to support…

Crisfield Finds Innovative Way to Fund City Government

Crisfield Finds Innovative Way to Fund City Government

Drunk driving is a poor life decision that affects many more people than just the driver. Roughly 37% of all traffic-related deaths in the United States were the result of alcohol-related…

Johns Hopkins Medicine Works with CDC to Produce Video Series on Effective Ebola Treatment

Johns Hopkins Medicine Works with CDC to Produce Video Series on Effective Ebola Treatment

To increase preparedness for hospital staff, Johns Hopkins Medicine has released four web-based training modules to help emergency departments treat patients with Ebola or other infectious diseases. The series, entitled…

Maryland Considering Ban on Fracking

Maryland Considering Ban on Fracking

Every industry generates waste, whether it’s in the form of paperboards, food scraps, plastics, medical waste, or something else. In fact, studies have found that the U.S. produces one-quarter of…

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