It is imperative that we join together and take decisive action to eradicate racism from our society. Continue reading
While COVID-19 dominates the attention of many these days, there is a pivotal and transformative primary election coming up in Baltimore City on June 2. Continue reading
Through June 2, Baltimore residents will cast their ballots in the Primary Election for Mayor, City Council President, City Council seats and Comptroller. Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic dominates the media and public’s attention each and every waking hour.
But there’s a transformative and pivotal election on the horizon for Baltimore City. Continue reading
Talk about trial by fire.
The presiding officers of the Maryland General Assembly, Senate President Bill Ferguson and House Speaker Adrienne Jones, had their plates full during this year’s legislative session even before the outbreak of COVID-19. Continue reading
Across the country and in Maryland, the number of events large and small that have been canceled continues to grow. And with Gov. Larry Hogan banning large gatherings of people here in Maryland, business owners are wrestling with the prospect that COVID 19 might severely impede both their customers and their employees. Continue reading
In recent days, the debate in Annapolis over legislative proposals to address public safety concerns has become personal and emotional between Gov. Larry Hogan and legislative leaders. Continue reading
The facilities at Pimlico will receive a “face lift” and the Preakness Stakes will continue to be run annually in Baltimore – where it belongs. Continue reading
Editor’s note: The following op-ed appeared on the Baltimore Business Journal’s website on Feb. 5, 2020. By Donald C. Fry For more than 140 years, Baltimore has proudly hosted the annual Preakness Stakes, the second jewel of the esteemed Triple Crown, at the historic Pimlico Race Track. As business and civic leaders representing the Greater Baltimore region, the Greater Baltimore Committee honors the tradition of horse racing in Maryland and recognizes the … Continue reading