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  • Best Week, Worst Week: BLocal tops 1-year goals; Mayor called out over affordable housing pledge December 16, 2017
    Minority and women-owned companies in the Baltimore area got some good news this week with the BLocal one-year report card while the mayor became the target of activists that say she backing off a campaign pledge to support a program to invest millions of dollars in affordable housing. Business writer Adam Bednar reported Monday that ...
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  • Court of Appeals reprimands lawyer who acted out of ‘animus’ in tractor sale December 15, 2017
    An estates attorney who apparently let his anger trump his ethical obligations received a reprimand Friday from Maryland’s top court. To the Court of Appeals, Benjamin J. Woolery’s lapse was not so much selling a tractor and backhoe for nearly 95 percent less than market value without checking if it even belonged to a client’s ...
    Steve Lash
  • Anne Arundel program tackles drug addiction, with challenges December 15, 2017
    Anne Arundel County opened police and fire stations to anyone seeking treatment for drug addiction, teaming up law enforcement, the state’s attorney’s office and a 24-hour crisis team.
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