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Sun StaffThe city's Board of Estimates is set this morning to hire two attorneys -- for hourly rates up to $375 -- to assist City Council members with a pending federal probe into their finances, hiring practices and official dealings with two local businessmen....
Tags: Employers, Values, Crimes, Maryland Zoo Baltimore, Employment
Sun StaffSeveral Baltimore City Council members reported in disclosure forms filed this week that they have returned or destroyed certain gifts of complimentary passes that ethics officials questioned last month. The annual reports also showed that council...
Sun StaffMembers of the Baltimore City Council lashed out at the city's ethics director last night for criticizing their hiring of relatives and receiving gifts from companies doing business with the city. "I think the ethics board needs to be investigated,...
Tags: Employers, Values, Martin O'Malley, Politics, Public Officials
Sun ReportersFront foot at 3 o'clock, back foot at 12. Shoulders back, chest out, hips under. Smile! Fifty-one beauties struck the classic pageant pose when Miss USA 2005 aired live on NBC last night from the Hippodrome and Miss North Carolina USA, Chelsea Cooley, a...
Tags: Glen Burnie, Ashley Judd, Martin O'Malley, Maryland, Annapolis
Sun StaffExecutives and board members at some of Maryland's most profitable companies have lucrative side arrangements with the companies they run and oversee. Edwin F. Hale Sr., the chairman, chief executive and largest stockholder at First Mariner Bancorp,...
Sun StaffBaltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon said yesterday that she will fire her sister as a council assistant to comply with a local ethics law, a move that comes as federal prosecutors begin a wide-ranging probe of several of her elected colleagues....
Sun StaffEighteen months after launching a wide-ranging public corruption investigation into the financial practices of the Baltimore City Council, federal prosecutors dropped their criminal probe yesterday without charging anyone. "Our office is charged with...
Sun StaffThe attorney representing Baltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon in the federal probe of the council acknowledged in a letter this week that investigators are examining her travel records. In response to a public information request filed by The...
Tags: Trials, Travel, Justice System, Prosecution, Public Officials
Sun StaffBaltimore Blast soccer team owner Edwin F. Hale Sr. and a billboard company stand to make more than $1 million a year by covering the city-owned 1st Mariner Arena in Times Square-style signs, experts say, but the cash-strapped city probably would not...
Sun StaffFederal prosecutors have expanded their wide-ranging investigation into the Baltimore City Council by subpoenaing the records of at least eight more members. With the latest round of subpoenas, 15 of the council's 19 members acknowledge that they have...
Sun StaffFederal investigators examining Baltimore's City Council have asked several minority developers about any gifts they gave to Council President Sheila Dixon and three former city officials as part of a broad review of city efforts to assist minority-...
Sun StaffAll but two of the Baltimore City Council's 19 members have acknowledged receiving subpoenas from federal prosecutors investigating the elected officials' finances, hiring practices and dealings with two local businessmen. Only council members Paula...
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