The state's two most powerful and prominent advocates for pushing the first day of school to after Labor Day have scheduled a joint "major announcement" for Wednesday about the start date for Maryland's public schools.
Republican Gov.Read more
The two leading candidates for Maryland's open Senate seat appear to be at an impasse in their negotiation over a debate schedule, with Republican Kathy Szeliga's campaign preparing to accept debate invitations unilaterally.Read more
A proposal to amend the Baltimore city charter to set up a trust fund for low and extremely low income households will appear on the general election ballot in November, after an affordable housing advocacy group submitted more than 18,100 signatures in support of it.
The Baltimore City Board of Elections confirmed Monday the proposal received enough signatures to appear on city voters' ballots.Read more
City Councilman Carl Stokes, who chairs the committee vetting a tax deal for the Port Covington development, postponed a Monday work session on the project.
The next public work session will be Thursday, Sept. 8, at 5 p.m. at the War Memorial Building in downtown Baltimore.Read more
In Baltimore's 12th District, there's a legal fight going on over which candidates will be on the ballot for November's general election for City Council.
Democrat Robert Stokes and Green Party candidate Ian Schlakman were already on the ballot following victories in their party primaries this spring. But two unaffiliated candidates — Frank W.Read more
A member of Gov. Larry Hogan's Cabinet who abruptly left her job last month had assigned state employees to help prepare course work for her master's degree studies, state records show.
In announcing the resignation of C. Gail Bassette, secretary of the Department of General Services, the governor's office said Bassette was taking a senior executive position in the private sector.Read more