Tag: Ocean City
The 20-minute episode features interviews with Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) Executive Director Michael Sanderson and Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman, who sits on MACo’s board. They discussed the agenda and the key issues for MACo’s upcoming annual conference in Ocean City which will take place from Aug. 18-21 at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center.Read More
Civil rights leaders want answers to what they say was the use of excessive force against a group of African-American teenagers by Ocean City police on the boardwalk this past Saturday.Read More
The governor vetoed some of the most high-profile legislation passed by the General Assembly, arguing the state should not approve new spending in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.Read More
Ocean City to reopen beach and boardwalk; nursing homes still await tests; Baltimore Sun wins Pulitzer for Catherine Pugh’s “Healthy Holly’ scandalRead More
Maryland records highest number of COVID-19 deaths in a single day as some see economy in a depression.Read More
Forty years ago this month, I attended my first summer conference of the Maryland Association of Counties in Ocean City. Rereading my piece from 1975, it was funny how many aspects of the annual confab were the same.Read More
The Board of Public Works on Wednesday signed off on a transfer of the former Rosewood Center in Baltimore County to Stevenson University and on a controversial short-term financing contract, as well as approving about $9 million for Ocean City projects.
A divided board also approved a $21.5 million contract with GTECH Corp., which will pay the company to install a system to oversee Maryland’s slot machine gambling program.Read More
The town of Ocean City is pushing a pair of proposals that would send $13 million in state funds its way at Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting.Read More
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