Top Stories: Trump Adviser Cordish Has History of Lawsuits, a Restored Blue Mt. Vernon Townhouse and a Glowing Bike Path in Port Covington

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All eyes this week were on Donald Trump, but by extension, they also homed in on his new presidential adviser, Baltimore developer Reed Cordish. Following the news of Cordish’s official appointment to Trump’s team, news outlets dug up some of his checkered history of plaintiffs alleging racial discrimination against his company. Our new president responded to one of those outlets with a statement defending his decision to hire Cordish.

Here were our other most popular posts from Jan. 14 through today:


Cynthia McIntyre – “Why So Blue? Mt. Vernon Townhouse Wants $589K, And Living Room Paint” – Tuesday, Jan. 17

Robert O’Brien – “The New Port Covington Bike Path Will Glow in the Dark” – Thursday, Jan. 12

Ethan McLeod – “Former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Lands Job With ABC News” – Tuesday, Jan. 17

Ed Gunts – “Urban Landscape: New Housing and Offices for Midtown; Henslee Conway Gets a New Name; Attendance Up at Pandora Ice Rink; Janet Marie Smith Honored” – Wednesday, Jan. 18

Ed Gunts – “Reed Cordish Joining Trump Administration as Assistant to the President” – Tuesday, Jan. 17

Ethan McLeod – “Two Maryland Lawmakers Introduce Measures to Quell Styrofoam Pollution” – Thursday, Jan. 19

Ethan McLeod – “BMA, Creative Alliance Hosting Inauguration Events Designed to Inform and De-stress” – Wednesday, Jan. 18

Robert O’Brien – “Elijah Cummings Staffer Injured in Fire That Killed 6 of Her Children” – Friday, Jan. 13

Stephen Babcock – “Bad Decisions to Close Next Month” – Thursday, Jan. 19

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Ethan McLeod

Senior Editor at Baltimore Fishbowl
Ethan has been editing and reporting for Baltimore Fishbowl since fall of 2016. His previous stops include Fox 45, CQ Researcher and Connection Newspapers in Northern Virginia. His freelance writing has been featured in Baltimore City Paper, Leafly, DCist and BmoreArt, among other outlets. He enjoys basketball, humid Mid-Atlantic summers and story tips.
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