For Johntel Greene, the moment came during the formal roll call, when representatives of each state stood on the floor of the Democratic National Convention to cast their votes for the presidential nomination.
After her gubernatorial loss in the Maryland Democratic primary election, Heather Mizeur's campaign and supporters look to make a lasting impact on state politics by changing the way campaign are conducted and assuring the progressive agenda gets attention and prompts policy changes.
In life and death, President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated 50 years ago Friday, had numerous ties to Harford County, beyond the Northeastern Expressway that traverses the county and bears his name.
Gov. Martin O'Malley used a brief speech as part of Wednesday's 50th anniversary of the March on Washington to tie the civil rights movement to a wide range of domestic policy issues, from gun control and immigration to education, gay marriage and the economy.
The members of the Harford County Board of Education unanimously approved a Capital Improvement Program for the 2015 fiscal year and an Educational Facilities Master Plan for the upcoming fiscal year that does not include funding for replacing Havre de Grace High School, and several other long-desired school improvements.
Isaiah Dixon Jr., a jazz fan, world traveler and four-term state delegate from Baltimore City whose accomplishments included sponsorship of a bill that made cross burnings a felony in Maryland, died of heart failure April 26 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 90.
While polls show President Barack Obama beginning to widen his lead over Republican rival Mitt Romney nationally and in key states, first lady Michelle Obama had a message for supporters Friday at Morgan State University: Take nothing for granted.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's appearance at Sen. Tom Harkin's "Steak Fry" in Iowa not only signals O'Malley's political ambitions, but also underscores the kinds of challenges undeclared candidates face as they juggle day jobs with hectic travel schedules.
Wendy Rosen, the Democratic nominee to challenge Republican Rep. Andy Harris in the 1st Congressional District, withdrew from the race Monday after allegations surfaced that she had voted in elections in both Maryland and Florida in 2006 and 2008.