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1 Local ownership good for The Sun and Baltimore | COMMENTARY
2 John Rydell: When Mike Miller Mocked William Donald Schaefer in Song – Maryland Matters
3 Public comment hearing on Jade Meadow Solar project set
4 Rural Maryland Council marks 25 years of championing rural heritage and equity
5 Frank DeFilippo: Pork Is Political Power – Maryland Matters
6 Comptroller Franchot Accepting 2020 William Donald Schaefer Award Nominations
7 William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies
8 William Donald Schaefer Award
9 Hogan Lovells renews 30,000-square-foot lease at Legg Mason Tower in Baltimore's Harbor East
10 Heide Grundmann, Gwynns Falls-Leakin Park civic activist, dies
11 Zelig Robinson, business attorney and Gov. William Donald Schaefer’s personal lawyer, dies
12 Brooke's House recognized with Schaefer Award
13 Gerald Winegrad: Fight to ban phosphates from the Chesapeake offers lessons for today’s lawmakers | COMMENTARY
14 ‘Future in good hands’: Girl who founded Carroll County nonprofit at 11 years old receives Maryland award
15 Joan Bereska, top aide to former Baltimore Mayor William Donald Schaefer, dies
16 William Donald Schaefer, Former Mayor of Baltimore, Dies
17 Comptroller Franchot seeking nominations for William Donald Schaefer Award | Eye On Annapolis
18 William Donald Schaefer dies; Maryland governor, comptroller, Baltimore mayor
19 You asked: What’s at the top of that weird spire in Baltimore’s skyline? We took a reader up to find out.
20 Mayor Schaefer kept it clean during dirty times
21 William Donald Schaefer ready for roasting?
22 Trickett receives Schaefer Award | News |
23 Was William Donald Schaefer gay?
24 THE IMPERIAL MAYOR: Transparency? Checks and balances? Those are for losers!
25 Peter Franchot presents “For Otis Sake Rescue” with the William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award
26 PG County's Cross Family Inducted Into Governor's Agriculture Hall of Fame
27 Hidden Maryland: William Donald Schaefer archives
28 Buy William Donald Schaefer's House, do it now.
29 Frank DeFilippo: What Baltimore Needs in a Mayor – Maryland Matters
30 Former Mayor Schaefer's famous 1981 splash on new mural at National Aquarium
31 Comptroller Honors Burgers & Bands For Suicide Prevention
32 Baltimore's Northwood: Remembrance of Desegregation Past – Maryland Matters
33 Supporters want to move Little Italy's Columbus statue before activists tear it down
34 William Donald Schaefer's Real Legacy –
35 From Sun Magazine: 'My Donald'
36 Illiano Project earns William Donald Schaefer Award helping those in recovery
37 Delfina H. Pereda-Echeverria, matriarch of Baltimore’s Hispanic-Latino community, dies
38 Founder of non-profit Patty Pollatos Fund awarded state service award
39 Local Culture How Baltimore Got the Nickname 'Charm City'
40 Lancaster County deeds recorded: March 1, 2021 | Deeds Records in Lancaster County
41 Franchot Plans to Campaign for Governor 'Like a Tiger' -- And Lays Out Early Priorities – Maryland Matters
42 Jimmy's Restaurant in Fells Point hits the auction block again
43 H&S Bakery seeks city permit to expand in Fells Point
44 Commentary: Maryland governors have overcome crises before
45 THE IMPERIAL MAYOR: When ward bosses reigned and the Board of Estimates was born
46 Dear Mayor-elect Scott and others: Congratulations. Now get to work, Baltimore needs it | COMMENTARY
47 The Bay Bridge | Pasadena
48 Tammy Darvish Honored with William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award
49 Thirty Years On – Maryland Matters
50 2020 in Review: Remembrance of Desegregation Past in Baltimore's Northwood – Maryland Matters
51 Three From Southern Maryland Awarded R. Clayton Mitchell Jr. Award
52 Baltimore's newest work of art celebrates 'Schaefer's Splash'
53 Frank DeFilippo: Hey, Gov. Hogan, 'No Labels' Is a Label – Maryland Matters
54 George D. Mitchell Sr., property manager and member of African American political dynasty, dies
55 Escape (safely) to Baltimore's luxurious Ivy Hotel
56 County Officials and Italian-American Activists Demand Protection for Columbus Statues
57 Irwin N. Kingsbury, retired Baltimore City firefighter and World War II veteran, dies
58 Nominations Wanted for 2017 William Schaefer Helping People Award
59 Baltimore City's population falls below 600,000 for first time in a century
60 Meet the 8-year-old who raised about $100,000 to help veterans and their families
61 Harborplace marks 40th anniversary — in receivership and with no fanfare
62 Comptroller recognizes Maryland's best elected officials | Local News |
63 Schaefer's aquarium mermaid tells her tale, three decades later
64 Lloyd Bowser Sr., retired federal personnel manager who served on the Baltimore City School Board, dies
65 Who's Who in Law: Alan Rifkin, Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC
66 Why the city shouldn't return the Columbus statue, not even in fragments
67 A section of Baltimore’s Lexington Market falls, but the market has staying power
68 Judge Alexandra N. ‘Sandy’ Williams, who served on the Baltimore County District Court for more than two decades, dies
69 We’ve examined 5 chapters of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s book. We have questions.
70 Lillian B. Hackerman, whose extensive philanthropy included homes away from home for hospital patients and their families, dies
71 Harriet G. Bank, founding nutritionist for Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, dies
72 William Donald Schaefer’s Civic Fund Awards Grants
73 Vacation Mecca Wants Visitors to Stay Away -- For Now – Maryland Matters
74 Give proper credit for statue of Thurgood Marshall outside the State House | READER COMMENTARY
75 Franchot beefs up campaign team for Md. governor, outlines broad priorities in new video
76 Dr. Albert F. Heck, a retired neurologist, dies
77 Comptroller Franchot Announces Agency Leadership Appointments
78 H&S Bakery to open Kneads, a new Harbor East bakeshop and cafe
79 Happy birthday Harborplace. Now what? | COMMENTARY
80 ACLU Releases Legislative Priorities With An Eye Towards Major Police Reform – Maryland Matters
81 Baltimore expected to give destroyed Columbus statue back to Italian American organization that donated it
82 Kopp, Franchot to reject more than $200M of Hogan’s proposed budget cuts, imperiling Maryland governor’s plan
83 State Roundup, November 25, 2019
84 Baltimore's toppled Columbus statue may return, but at more secure location
85 Comptroller Franchot announces run for Maryland governor
86 WBFF Reporter John Rydell receives plaque from Gov. Hogan for long journalism career
87 Give Klacik a chance | READER COMMENTARY
88 Baltimore residents should vote yes on a city administrator | COMMENTARY
89 Baltimore’s Downtown Partnership needs a new leader who will make downtown a priority again | COMMENTARY
90 Frank Kuchta, a decorated Army sergeant and former director of the Baltimore City Department of Public Works, dies
91 Jennifer Burdick, civil rights advocate and former executive director of Maryland Commission on Human Relations, dies
92 Jacqueline ‘Jacqui’ Lampell, retired city employee and state spokesperson, dies
93 Remembering Lexington Market and its international flavor | READER COMMENTARY
94 Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., pillar of Maryland’s state capital for decades, dies at 78
95 Frank DeFilippo: Some Hand-offs Are Easier Than Others – Maryland Matters
96 Jay Brodie: Learning from the past to forge a future for Harborplace
97 Report: Mayor's husband reports another attempted car break-in
98 Catherine Pugh is the 12th Baltimore mayor to resign from the office. Here's a look back at the others.
99 R. Dennis German, retired zoning official and real estate salesman, dies
100 Survey finds 94% of downtown Baltimore businesses impacted by coronavirus