For the first time in 20 years, Maryland’s incumbent state comptroller will not be on the ballot next year. The race to succeed chief tax collector Peter Franchot as he runs for governor has already attracted a trio of serious candidates who have hit the campaign trail.Read More
Author: Len Lazarick
Thousands of newspapers and magazines have died over their heyday in the past 50 years. I worked for three of them. Newspapers come and newspapers go. But the slow death of the Baltimore Sun and its media group, which includes community papers on which I spent half my career, is particularly painful to watch.Read More
On June 16, 1924, Thomas Lazarick, nee Lazarczuk, a 35-year-old immigrant from Ukraine running a dry-goods store in Camden, N.J., bought an “Infantile Whole Life Policy” on his 11-month-old fifth child named Leonard. The policy costs 5 cents a week.Read More
State Roundup: Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford won’t be running for governor but Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz will
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford announces he won’t run to succeed Gov. Larry Hogan. Then Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz announces she will.Read More
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