Inadequate checks of public assistance rolls may have allowed thousands of Marylanders to improperly receive temporary cash assistance and food stamps, according to a legislative audit released yesterday. The state Department of Human Resources has acknowledged the auditors' major findings, which...
Md. court rulings could allow government aid for thousands of seniors
Open house displays Carroll family's holiday traditions in the 18th century
Critics say levy will put Md. firms at a disadvantage
But regional group notes increase in improvements' pace
Court of Special Appeals chief judge known for experience, moderation
Entry adds second state senator to GOP primary for 1st District
Less than two weeks after Maryland lawmakers excluded Rosecroft Raceway from a list of sites that might get slot machines, Penn National Gaming announced yesterday that it has dropped its bid to buy the struggling harness-racing track in Prince George's County. The company, which owns Charles Town...