The Week That Was

April 15, 2007

Broadway revival planned

A Fells Point tavern owner spearheads an ambitious effort to revive historic Broadway Market with new stalls selling produce, meat and high-end takeout foods.

Schools budget rife with errors

The Baltimore school board's $1.2 billion spending plan for next year is riddled with errors and tens of millions of dollars worth of discrepancies, a review by The Sun found.

Probe into student loans

A top financial aid administrator at the Johns Hopkins University has been put on paid leave while the university investigates her ties to a student loan company that is at the center of a national probe by New York's attorney general.

City defends selling water bills

City officials defended their policy of selling delinquent water bills and other small debts to private debt collectors along with back-tax bills, saying that doing otherwise would possibly jeopardize the city's finances.

Mid sentenced to two years

A military jury found former Navy football player Kenny Ray Morrison guilty of forcing himself on a female midshipman in a Washington hotel room. He was sentenced to two years in prison and expelled from the service.

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