Baltimore’s water system has allowed big businesses, nonprofits and others to run up more than $10 million in unpaid bills according to a review of city records.
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Maryland residents who earn more than $100,000 annually will pay more income taxes and many will pay higher fees to flush their toilets under new laws taking effect this weekend.
A Maryland company has been chosen by more than 100 religious, community, labor and low-income housing groups in the Washington area that are joining forces to save money on electricity.
Baltimore Gas and Electric customers can expect to pay $100 to $200 less to heat their homes this winter.
Legislation containing Maryland redistricting plans that are different from Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposal will get full hearings in a special session next week.
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The Ravens still have work to do on the O-line, but this is a step in the right direction.
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Joe Buscaglia of Buffalo’s WGR Radio talked Bills with Rob Carlin on The Football Fix.
Baltimore’s Board of Estimates approved a water and sewer rate hike Wednesday. The news may come as a shock to homeowners who already believe they’re paying too much.
Maryland’s efforts to implement federal health care reform topped a list of a list of bills signed Tuesday by Gov. Martin O’Malley.