The evidence is clear: Despite Baltimore’s systemic long-term issues, businesses still want to invest in our communities and employ our residents. Our next governor should take note and give the city the transportation upgrade it desperately needs.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s re-election campaign this week launched a website featuring a Jeopardy-style game show that mocks Democratic challenger Ben Jealous as embracing reckless tax-and-spend policies.
Democratic candidate for governor Ben Jealous boarded a Maryland Transit Administration bus Friday in downtown Baltimore to prove a point, arguing that the state-run bus system is "broken" and Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has “set us back.”
The National Center for Smart Growth recently completed a retrospective review of the Regional Plan for Sustainable Development in the Baltimore area. In this election year, we would like to call attention to the results of our study.
Gov. Larry Hogan came to Baltimore on Thursday to tout $15.2 million in state funding his administration has helped secure for violence prevention, education and transportation initiatives in Baltimore.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz — a Democratic candidate for governor and a fixture in state politics for nearly a quarter century — died Thursday morning of cardiac arrest, officials said. Here’s how local political figures were reacting.
Gov. Larry Hogan administration's made its case to state lawmakers Wednesday for a $3 billion package of tax breaks and other incentives to woo HQ2, the secondary Amazon headquarters for which Montgomery County is competing.
Maryland’s state and federal lawmakers pledged Thursday to explore how to move forward with a planned expansion of Howard Street Tunnel under downtown Baltimore, after CSX Transportation, the railroad that owns it, said it could not justify paying for its share of the $425 million project.