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Daily Archives: November 6, 2014

Maryland’s Landslide Larry meets the press as Governor-Elect!

Hogan told reporters a handful of times that he would not field specific questions regarding policy and tax reform right after election night, but made clear his determination to “get things done in a bipartisan fashion,” cut spending and “roll back as many of the 40 consecutive tax hikes as we can.”

Hogan is preparing a “transition team,” comprised of Republicans and Democrats, to help ease into the governor’s role. The team will be co-chaired by Jim Brady, who headed up the transition teams for past governors Parris Glendening, a Democrat, and Bob Ehrlich, a Republican; and lieutenant governor-elect Boyd Rutherford.

Parents of Ocean City murder suspect start publicity push to defend son in death of Pennsylvania man

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FROM THE PARENTS OF CALEB OCHSE OCEAN CITY, MD. The parents of a suspect in the murder of a Pennsylvania man have taken an ad in an…

Fredericksburg grocery chain prez and Kelloggs salesman will be cleaning up on aisle 3 behind bars

From 2009 through 2013, Palmer and Farmer conspired to submit fraudulent documents regarding non-existent purchases to Kellogg’s and SuperValu. The appearance of greater than actual sales resulted in reduced net costs for Farmer’s Foods. As a result of the fraudulent submissions, SuperValu awarded Farmer’s Foods approximately $1.8 million in unearned deductions against its running account with SuperValu. Kellogg’s then reimbursed SuperValu for the awarded deductions. Palmer used his position at Kellogg’s to facilitate the fraud. In return, Farmer paid cash kickbacks to Palmer in the total amount of approximately half the value of the fraudulently obtained deductions