Four named to Balto. City District Court

Gov. Martin O'Malley today announced the appointment of Martin Dominic Dorsey, Nicole Pastore Klein, Mark Franklin Scurti, and Kevin Michael Wilson to the Baltimore City District Court. (WMAR)

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Md. Democrats running for governor hit campaign trail Monday

Democrats campaigning to be Maryland’s next governor are visiting areas their opponents have claimed as support centers in multiple events scheduled on Monday. Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown is scheduled to appear with Gov. Martin O’Malley at 12:30 p.m. in Bethesda to talk about transportation projects in Montgomery County. Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler is slated to continue his series of policy talks at 10 a.m. in Baltimore. Also in Baltimore, Del. Heather R. Mizeur will join with other volunteers to paint classrooms and hallways at Waverly Elementary School at 10:15 a.m. (Daily Record)

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Green first to toss hat in House of Delegates race

More than two months after he filed to run for delegate in 2014, Bryans Road resident Larreic Green remains the lone candidate from Charles County to do so. But his decision to run was cemented nearly two years ago, following the death of a mentor and community pillar. (Gazette)

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Annapolis alderman's candidacy challenged on funds report

An Annapolis resident has supplied more fodder to challenge Alderman Ken Kirby’s candidacy in this fall's election. Scott Bowling submitted a letter to the Annapolis election board Monday evening, asking it to review whether Kirby violated campaign fund reporting requirements. (Capital)

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Gansler to hold forum on re-entry for ex-offenders

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is scheduled to hold a forum on challenges to re-entry for ex-offenders. Ganslers is holding the forum on Monday in Baltimore. The discussion will include experts on recidivism and re-entry, as well as small business owners and entrepreneurs who will discuss work training and tax-credit initiatives. (WTOP)

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Annapolis mayor gets a Democratic challenger

A few months ago, it looked as though Mayor Josh Cohen would be a shoo-in for his party’s nomination. Now the one-term chief of Annapolis will have to duke it out with another Democrat before the November general election. (Capital)

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Inside City Hall: First slug of Exelon merger money coming to city

Tomorrow the Board of Estimates will formally accept the first installment of $52,876,304 awarded to the City of Baltimore for energy assistance and education. It’s part of a $113 million pot of money that Exelon Corp. is required to set aside by the Public Service Commission as a condition for state approval of its 2012 merger with Constellation Energy. (Brew)

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Mussog named Anne Arundel controller

Julie Mussog has been named Anne Arundel County controller, about four months after she was hired as the county's special assistant for community affairs. Mussog, a certified public accountant from Annapolis, will oversee the county’s Office of Finance and its staff of more than 70 workers. County Executive Laura Neuman hired her as a special assistant in April. (Capital)

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