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21 Total Stories (Displaying articles 1 - 20)

Calvert Blocks Peace Institute: Commissioners Refuse to Amend County Zoning Laws (Post, July 27, 2000)

Work at Site of Proposed Retreat Questioned (Post, June 29, 2000)

Swann Takes To New Role as Commissioner (Post, June 29, 2000)

Swann Chosen To Fill Seat on Calvert Board: Ex-State Comptroller Says He'll Focus on County's Finances (Post, June 22, 2000)

2 Candidates Selected for Calvert Board: Governor's Pick Will Serve 2 1/2 Years as Commissioner (Post, June 15, 2000)

Calvert Approves 2001 Budget With No Increase in Taxes (Post, June 15, 2000)

Kellam Field Deal Finally Safe at Home: Calvert Approves Pact With Chesapeake Beach (Post, June 15, 2000)

Calvert School Board Approves Master Plan of Building Needs (Post, June 11, 2000)

Calvert Looks To Renovate Aging Schools: Master Plan Drafted For Capital Projects (Post, June 4, 2000)

Calvert Pier Project Moves Forward: County Working Toward Lease to Provide Dock Space for Local Watermen (Post, June 1, 2000)

Calvert Teachers Join Deputies in Pleas for Wage Hikes (Post, June 1, 2000)

Rapid Growth Reflected in Calvert Budget: Spending Plan Addresses School Enrollment Surge (Post, May 28, 2000)

Kellam Field Agreement Stops, Starts: Joint Plan Is a 'Done Deal,' 3 Commissioners Maintain (Post, May 21, 2000)

Kellam Field Gains Ground: Calvert, Town Finalizing Renovation Plans (Post, May 14, 2000)

Area Officials Decide Against Joint Suit Over Oil Spill (Post, May 4, 2000)

Calvert FOP Chief Sues Sheriff for $3 Million: Deputy Alleges Retaliation for Criticizing Policy, Violation of First Amendment (Post, April 20, 2000)

Calvert Board, Lawsuit Keep Pressure on Pepco (Post, April 20, 2000)

Court Affirms Calvert Cliffs Decision: Judges Uphold NRC's Use of Streamlined License Renewal Process (Post, April 13, 2000)

Guidelines For Growth Take Shape: Town Center Concept Visits Owings, Lusby (Post, March 19, 2000)

Sheriff Ward Asks Md. for 2nd Assistant: Calvert Opposed Request And Also Has the Final Say (Post, Feb. 17, 2000)

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