While I have had many issues with the partisan nature of Ed Schultz's coverage from Wisconsin in the last year, I have to admit that Monday night the MSNBC host appeared to be providing an important public service to voters of that embattled state.
Carol Filipczak, a Columbia resident and Howard Count Conservancy Board of Trustee member, left the conservancy $165,000 in her will when she passed away May 26. The bequest will go to renovating the historic farmhouse on the conservancy property
Casa de Maryland, an immigration rights group, asked a court to toss out a successful petition effort Monday and reinstate a law that gives illegal immigrants discounted tuition at the state's colleges and universities.
Don't let your feelings about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's politics stop you from thinking dispassionhately about what he has to say about the perils of state-run public television systems like the one we have in Maryland.
Maryland doesn't currently require any kind of disclosure from outside groups seeking to influence elections, but legislation awaiting the governor's signature would put the state in the national vanguard for election transparency.