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December 7, 2017

The Evening Sun


University of Baltimore rolls out furlough plan amid declining enrollment

Thursday, Dec 7

The University of Baltimore has cut nearly 400 employees’ salaries to help mitigate the impact of “significant fiscal challenges” facing the school amid persistently declining enrollment.

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A Maryland paper mill burns a polluting sludge called black liquor. The state calls it clean energy.

Black liquor, a byproduct of the paper-making process that is burned to power paper mills, is Maryland's largest source of "renewable" energy, earning it millions of dollars in ratepayer subsidies.


Everything you need to know about the Baltimore monument lighting

From food and drink to weather, here's everything you need to know to enjoy Baltimore's holiday tradition.

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Newly unsealed documents detail FBI investigation of state Sen. Nathaniel Oaks

New details in FBI investigation of state Sen. Nathaniel Oaks identify a businessman who said he had paid bribes in the past


Charles Street water main repaired, should have 'minimal, if any' effect on Monument Lighting

"Go to the lighting tonight. Have fun. It shouldn't impact your enjoyment at all," city official says of water main break in downtown Baltimore.

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Maryland prosecutors pursue manslaughter, murder in overdose cases

As the opioid death toll mounts, some Maryland prosecutors are bringing charges of manslaughter and even murder against those who are supplying users with fatal doses.

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Maryland to receive $10M from EpiPen maker Mylan in Medicaid fraud settlement

The State of Maryland will receive nearly $10 million from Epipen maker Mylan, part of a $465 million settlement with the Department of Justice over allegations of that it overbilled Medicaid for the life-saving device.

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Catonsville 'Snowmen' fundraiser melts, donations being returned

A holiday fundraiser was ended after complaints over political overtones of a snowman with the message "No Hate in 21228." This week, the rest of the snowmen, and accompanying donations, are being returned.

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300-unit development planned for Fells Point waterfront

Elm Street Development is planning a new 300-unit apartment and condo development along the waterfront in Fells Point.

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Baltimore-area homes that go all out with holiday light displays

Aside from the obvious go-to locations, like Miracle on 34th Street, home owners all over the region are attempting to bring the holiday cheer for neighbors and visitors far and wide with extravagant displays. Here are fi

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