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Baltimore Sun reporterWhen she envisioned a deluxe newsstand, the kind of place to find glossy magazines in dozens of languages, obscure literary journals and fashion quarterlies that cost as much as $90, Christina Cieri thought of only one location. Harbor East. "If I...
A developer scheduled to go to trial Monday on charges of bribing a city councilwoman instead pleaded guilty to a lesser violation and agreed to cooperate with the state prosecutor's case against Mayor Sheila Dixon. Ronald H. Lipscomb acknowledged...
Tags: Theft, Inner Harbor, Trials, Punishment, Labor Legislation
Sun StaffRacing executives and other gambling interests made a last-gasp pitch yesterday for putting a plan to legalize slot machines before voters in November, but lawmakers expressed little interest. The so-called compromise plan, apparently backed by deep-...
Sun StaffThis Kennedy won't be the Next Kennedy after all. Maryland voters derailed the political career of Kathleen Kennedy Townsend yesterday, rebuffing her bid to become the first member of an iconic family elected to an executive position since her uncle,...
Sun StaffBUILD IT, AND THEY shall come. That's what world renowned golf designer Pete Dye was told when plans were formulated for Bulle Rock golf course. Seven years after it opened, this high-end public facility in historic Havre de Grace is widely rated the...
Sun StaffA proposal for a major convention hotel to be built adjacent to the Baltimore Convention Center - on a city-owned parking lot that has seen grand ideas come and go - is to be unveiled at a City Hall news conference today. Black Entertainment Television...
Sun StaffState schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick, a Democrat, announced yesterday she will not join Republican Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. as a running mate in his campaign for governor. Grasmick, 63, said in a statement that she believes she can contribute...
Baltimore Sun reporterNot bad, for a baker who got his start rolling dough in the basement of an East Baltimore rowhouse. On a recent afternoon, John Paterakis Sr. stood on the roof of a nine-story office tower he's building near Fells Point and inspected the army of more...
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