The unexpected election of Donald Trump continues to inflame passions. One not-so-figurative example: Two women from Baltimore were charged with burning a Trump campaign sign in Somerset County. Read More →
As you’ve heard or seen with your own eyes, it was amazing. It was three times the size of the inauguration. It was peaceful and positive. It was the Woodstock of marches! Read More →
Top Stories: War Memorial Lighting Fix Planned, A Home with Southern Charm in North Roland Park, Documentary About Baltimore Step Team Praised at Sundance
Our most popular story this week was Ed Gunts’ coverage of a planned restoration project for Baltimore’s 92-year-old War Memorial Building at 101 N. Gay Street. Ed Gunts reported in his Urban Landscape column that the historic building is set to receive a simple makeover when the city removes the soundproofing covering the interior glass windows. Once that’s finished, natural light can flood into Memorial Hall and let its design truly shine.
Here were our other most-read stories from Saturday, Jan. 21 through today: Read More →
Thursday Morning Headlines: Governor’s Budget Cuts Baltimore School Program Funds; Another Bomb Threat at Park Heights Jewish Community Center; and More
Which Maryland Agencies Will Help With Security At Inauguration? – CBS Baltimore
Baltimore developer gets Trump administration tech post – Technical.ly Baltimore
Like father, like son.
Reed Cordish, a principal of the Baltimore-based Cordish Companies, will join the Trump administration as an assistant to the president for intragovernmental and technology initiatives, according to Trump’s transition team.
In the 1970s, a Baltimorean named David Cordish joined President Jimmy Carter’s administration to help the president focus on ways to revitalize cities. This year, one of Cordish’s sons is drawing attention as a likely candidate to follow in his footsteps by joining the administration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Reed Cordish, a principal in the Baltimore-based Cordish Companies, is expected to serve as Assistant to the President in the Trump administration, according to reports by Jewish Insider, The Jerusalem Post, Forward.com and JP Updates. Read More →
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