House Majority Leader Kumar Barve promises, to The Washington Times, that a slots bill will reach the House floor.
Too many flu sufferers in Maryland (especially Baltimore area) force restrictions at hospitals.
Intercounty Connector to cost even more than expected.
Missed it: North Charles Street death lane at Homewood closes.
Stretching out the Southern Maryland land-sale scandal as long as they can, legislative Democrats call for further state land preservation. Unrelated, but they also want a higher minimum wage. Nice graphic with that one.
From North Baltimore’s Messenger: Neighbors–shock!–against new Notre Dame entranceway.
Annapolis apartment fire leaves 12 homeless.
From The Carroll County Times, what every small-town reporter dreads: the committee story.
From Salisbury Daily Times, nudists lobby for return to Assateague.
It is a beautiful downtown, really: Residents urge Cumberland leaders to build downtown apartments.