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The Justice Department's secret review of Associated Press telephone records gives advocates for federal employees one more reason to doubt the Obama administration's full commitment to protecting whistleblowers, particularly those in national security...
READER SUBMITTED: History, Beautification, Sports Projects Aided By Grants From Zak Public Service FundSuffieldFunding for a commemorative headstone for a Suffield cemetery to acknowledge the unmarked graves of 18th and 19th century African-Americans is among eight grants totaling $58,240 awarded this month for Suffield projects from the Amiel P. Zak Public...
Tags: High Schools, Africa, Suffield, Education, Politics
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. asked Friday for another rate increase, three months after winning approval for higher charges, and company officials said they expect to seek more in the future. It's the third time in as many years that BGE has...
Orange County's representative on the state Board of Equalization officially began her campaign this week for a seat on the county's Board of Supervisors. Michelle Steel, a Surfside resident, is running for the District 2 seat during the June 2014...
Here we go again — at the first sign of recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression, government officials are gearing up to line their pockets with taxpayer money. The Burbank City Council took the lead last week by granting 100...
The Hartford CourantPoliticians around the state are mourning the death of former Secretary of the State Julia H. Tashjian, a well-known figure in state politics in the 1980s. Tashjian, a Windsor Democrat who served as the state's chief elections official from 1983 to...
The good news is that, in seven years of umpiring amateur baseball games in the Baltimore area, Frank Handley has had to give the thumb to only five adults. The bad news is he had to do it again a couple of weeks ago. But we're going to turn a negative...
Tags: Politics, Baseball, Government, Abusive Behavior, Sports
Clout StreetMayor Rahm Emanuel plans to start reducing health insurance coverage next year for more than 30,000 retired city workers and begin shifting them to President Barack Obama's new federal system. The move is aimed at saving the city money and comes as...
Business and food safety experts from across the state will teach two one-day workshops to help entrepreneurs learn food business best practices. Topics include everything from product and process approval, required certifications and food business...
Tags: State Parks, Food Industry, Politics, Government
Lydia Gardner Orange County's four-term clerk of courts was a born leader and public servant who won over this community with good humor and a thousand-watt smile. But as we pointed out when we endorsed Lydia Gardner for re-election in 2008, there was...
After a 2012 focused on major long-term energy issues, the Legislature retreated a bit from high profile energy legislation this year. Instead, attention was more narrowly focused on altering existing laws regarding the construction of nuclear power...
Tags: Energy Resources, Politics, Biofuels, Sales, Water Supply
Special CorrespondentWith Memorial Day weekend around the corner, there are deals and “steals” vying for travelers’ attention. Here are some that caught our eye, including deals for military members and government employees to take a well-deserved vacation...
May 17, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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