Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has announced two proposals he says will improve public education in the state by building schools and providing opportunities for creativity in turning around low-rated schools.
Political leaders had a muted reaction Wednesday upon learning that Catherine Pugh — a former Baltimore mayor and longtime politician — was indicted on 11 federal charges related to her sales of self-published children’s books.
An audit is faulting the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention for not having clear guidelines for awarding crime grants and not always following up to ensure that the money was spent properly.
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and the Hogan Administration have been feuding over wage negotiations that never got off the ground in fall 2018. A state judge's proposed decision could get them back to the bargaining table.
The wireless industry is pushing local governments to allow small cell facilities to be installed on streetlights and utility poles, in preparation for the next generation of cell technology, known as 5G.
Democratic leaders of Maryland’s General Assembly have announced plans to spend billions of dollars more on public school construction — at the same time they plan to significantly boost spending inside classrooms.
Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday announced the special primary election for the late Rep. Elijah Cummings’ seat representing Maryland’s 7th Congressional District will be held on Feb. 4, with a special general election on April 28.
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.
Before being honored by lawmakers at the U.S. Capitol and before thousands pack New Psalmist Baptist Church for his funeral, the late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings wanted the people of Baltimore to have a chance to bid him farewell. The congressman got his wish Wednesday, lying in repose at Morgan State University.
The late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings tangled repeatedly with President Donald Trump over the past few years. Here are some of the memorable exchanges between the Democratic congressman from Baltimore and the Republican developer who became president.
A work group for a state commission is recommending the state of Maryland and county governments should spend $4 billion extra on public schools, a significant step in an ongoing debate over how to return the state’s education system to the best in the nation.
Baltimore, overcoming steep odds, has come up with a way to keep horseracing’s prestigious Preakness Stakes in the city through a landmark agreement that would have the owners of the 149-year-old Pimlico Race Course donating the entire racetrack site to the community for development in and around the track.