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Is that Maryland crab meat in your crab cake, or is it from parts unknown? Some diners can tell the difference between Maryland and imported crab meat with one bite. Some folks don't care much, but diners who do now have a way of finding restaurants...
While I agree that chemicals and manure are major problems contributing to Chesapeake Bay pollution, there are two additional concerns that should be addressed. One is the pollution associated with power mowers, leaf blowers and edgers. Most or these...
Tags: Demographics, Perry Hall
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — This is the kind of news that probably makes Mitt Romney happier than Rick Scott: Florida's declining unemployment rate is owed more to would-be workers dropping out of the hunt for jobs than new hirings by employers. That's the...
Even Jonathan Swift, who said promises and pie crusts are made to be broken, might have marveled at the limited shelf life of Barack Obama's promise of a "balanced" deficit-reduction plan — substantial spending cuts to accompany revenue increases....
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Builders broke ground on fewer homes in August than in July, a reminder that the housing market remains depressed. The Commerce Department says builders began work on a seasonally-adjusted 571,000 homes last month, a 5-percent decline...
Tags: House Building, Demographics, Human Interest
April 1, 1940: As a Depression-weary nation wondered if President Roosevelt would run for an unprecedented third term and where Nazi armies would strike next, some 120,000 census takers went to work counting people wherever and however they could —...
Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — An application to finance an income survey and an impact study on mobile home parks closure through a federal grant, was approved Monday by the City Council. Census demographics data place the city above the “predominantly low- to...
Wading through swamps and running up mountains taught Patrick McCormack more than how to survive punishing conditions without much food or sleep. His grueling Army Ranger training, along with several deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, taught the...
Women make considerably less money than men in Maryland: 83 cents to the dollar, according to a study released last week. Windsor Mill resident Alison Assanah-Carroll was not surprised by the finding from the National Partnership for Women & Families,...
MayorStephanie Rawlings-Blake's vision of increasing Baltimore City's population by 22,500 people over the next 10 years is the kind of ambitious goal we should enthusiastically embrace. More and new people bring new energy, new ideas, economic vitality...
Household heads ages 35 to 44 -- the group usually saddled with a mortgage and college-bound kids -- have watched their median net worth slump 59% from before the recession. It's the most painful decline among age groups studied by the Census Bureau....
Tags: Federal Reserve, Demographics, Google+
Baltimore and Harford counties are conducting their annual surveys of the homeless population this week, gathering information about how many people lack a permanent place to stay and why. The one-day census is also intended to help service agencies...
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