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Business, Local Connections
We're buying the parking meters on Main Street from City Dock to Church Circle in Annapolis from 4:30 p.m. until the meters turn off at 8:30 p.m.
Public commentary on BGE's performance after the June 29 derecho storm was mostly negative.
Gov. O'Malley announced record low rates for the state despite a rise in infant deaths on the Eastern Shore.
Thursday's special session of the General Assembly also will include a bill to reverse a court's ruling that pit bulls are inherently dangerous.
Business, Public Safety
Kyle Nolan Tanner, 25, reportedly began swearing at moviegoers and simulated that he had a gun before being arrested by Anne Arundel County police Wednesday.
Baltimore Gas and Electric filed a request Friday with the state to increase the monthly rates Maryland customers pay in order to make improvements to its power system.
The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a hearing Aug. 13 in Annapolis for public commentary on how BGE preformed in restoring power after the June 29 storm.
Participating 7-Eleven stores will give away free 7.11-ounce Slurpee drinks from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Volunteers in the News, Business, Summer
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is working to develop a sustainable oyster reef off the shoreline of Jonas Green State Park in Annapolis.
Since the office opened Monday morning, spokesman David Paulson says emails have been coming in accusing gas stations and hotels of raising rates due to Friday's storm.
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