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March 14, 2019


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University of Maryland Medical System pays members of volunteer board hundreds of thousands in business deals

A review by The Baltimore Sun has found nine members of the University of Maryland Medical System’s Board of Directors — including Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh — have side deals with the hospital network that are each worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Longtime Filipino teachers had to leave Baltimore amid new U.S. immigration policies. Now, most are back.

About two dozen Filipino teachers in the Baltimore school district have been let back into the United States after problems last year with their visas.


Baltimore's 100 essential food and drink experiences for 2019

Compiled with input from readers and the newsroom, The Baltimore Sun’s list of 100 essential food experiences encompasses places people talk about, think about and come back to again and again and again.


Baltimore Mayor Pugh: $100,000 book deal with University of Maryland Medical System was aboveboard

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh released a statement early Thursday morning defending her deal with the University of Maryland Medical System to sell 20,000 of her self-published books at a price of $100,000.


What they're saying about the legacy of former Maryland Gov. Harry Hughes

Maryland's 57th governor, Harry R. Hughes, died Wednesday at his home on the Eastern Shore. He is being remembered for his many years serving the state.


Baltimore's Best 2019: Vote for the top people, places, businesses and more

Know where to find Baltimore’s best burger? Got a go-to yoga studio? Vote for your favorite people, places, businesses and more in The Baltimore Sun’s Best readers’ choice poll by March 15.


Young team with short memory might help No. 21 Maryland go further in Big Ten tournament

With five freshmen in the rotation, Maryland might not be burdened by bad memories going into this year's Big Ten tournament in Chicago.


Maryland Senate advances Johns Hopkins police bill to final vote over objections to 'privatizing policing'

The Maryland Senate has given preliminary approval to a bill that would allow Johns Hopkins University to create a private, armed police force. Opponents, who object to "privatizing policing," spent more than an hour trying in vain to modify the measure.


Maryland's grad schools in 2020 as ranked by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report this week published 2020 Best Graduate Schools, which ranks the country's top universities across six major disciplines – business, education, engineering, law,...


Towson Circulator concept loops back around as councilman makes push for 2020 pilot program

With the Olszewski administration's blessing, Councilman David Marks is pushing to get free bus routes into downtown Towson running by next year.


Once a Locust Point corner store, this repurposed townhouse is on the market for $1.26 million

A renovated corner store in Locust Point has transformed into a four-bedroom home with much of its history left intact. It's now on the market for an impressive $1.26 million.

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