Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard on Wednesday announced a criminal charge of perjury against former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, alleging she broke the law by failing to disclose her “Healthy Holly” children’s book business on financial disclosure forms during her time as a state senator.
An audit commissioned by new members of the University of Maryland Medical System’s board of directors has determined top system officials never read former Mayor Catherine Pugh’s “Healthy Holly” books for children nor checked to see if they were printed before paying her $500,000 in five installments.
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon tells The Baltimore Sun she is again running for mayor, arguing her reputation as a competent manager and success at decreasing the city's murder rate should outweigh a scandal that forced her from office.
City Council President Brandon Scott on Wednesday asked Baltimore’s inspector general to review the last five years of city contracts with Columbia financier and “Healthy Holly” book purchaser J.P. Grant.
With a new web video touting his experience at City Hall and the State House, Del. Nick J. Mosby entered the race for City Council president Tuesday, arguing he’s best qualified to serve as Baltimore’s No. 2 elected official.
State Sen. Cory V. McCray, who took over as chairman of the organization this month, wrote in a letter Friday to Maryland State Central Committee members that he has discovered “major areas of concern" pertaining to the organization’s finances.
Maryland lawmakers say they’re concerned and closely monitoring the University of Maryland Medical System’s behavior after the state’s top legislative auditor said the hospital network was “hindering” his work.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday said the state will move forward with a formal bidding process to redevelop the long-stalled State Center project in Baltimore ― and begin relocating state workers to prepare for demolition.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges and tax evasion in federal court Thursday, publicly acknowledging wrongdoing related to her “Healthy Holly” book deals for the first time since The Baltimore Sun first began exposing them in March.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has been indicted on 11 criminal counts related to the sales of her children’s books. Longtime aide Gary Brown Jr. and associate Roslyn Wedington have pleaded guilty to another 10 charges combined.
Less than a month ago, Rep. Elijah Cummings’ wife, friend and staffer took the stage during his funeral at New Psalmist Baptist Church to eulogize the venerated congressman they each loved and respected. Now, all three are running against each other for his open seat.
Maryland Democratic Party Chairwoman Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, the widow of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, is running for her husband’s seat, arguing Monday she is the best option to carry out his legacy and continue his vision.
The Baltimore County GOP official whose social media posts about trash in West Baltimore prompted President Donald Trump to verbally attack the late Rep. Elijah Cummings says she’s running for Cummings’ former seat in Congress.
After a tumultuous year in which a self-dealing scandal prompted the resignation of the University of Maryland Medical System’s leadership, the hospital network has promoted Dr. Mohan Suntha to become its chief executive officer.
Flanked by dozens of supporters at Baltimore’s Reginald F. Lewis Museum, former NAACP President Kweisi Mfume announced Monday that he is running for his former 7th District seat in Congress to replace the late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings.
The widow of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings said Thursday she is considering running for his 7th congressional district seat in a special election that has several candidates jumping into the race or promising to announce their plans soon.
Five men who were wrongly convicted and imprisoned for decades in Maryland will receive compensation from the state valued at a total of about $9 million under a plan the state Board of Public Works has approved.
The two men most responsible for running Baltimore find themselves in the strange position of carrying out their government duties as partners before transforming into rivals when campaigning at night and on weekends over the next six months.
Longtime Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller announced Thursday that he will relinquish his gavel and seat at the front of the historic Senate chamber, and a liberal senator from Baltimore half his age was named as his successor.