As questions mount regarding now nearly $700,000 paid to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh for her “Healthy Holly” line of books, The Baltimore Sun looked to the readers to try to answer some of the most pressing issues surrounding the scandal.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan on Monday requested that the state prosecutor investigate allegations of self-dealing and no-bid contracting involving Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh in her role as a member of the University of Maryland Medical System board.
The Town of Sykesville presented its proposed budget for fiscal year 2020 on Monday — including a 31 percent increase in revenue from the previous fiscal year and a two-cent reduction in property tax rates.
A letter from the University of Maryland Medical System to Baltimore City Public Schools on January 12, 2011, says the system was donating a total 20,000 copies of the book, Healthy Holly: Exercising is Fun, as part of "community outreach."
On Tuesday, a Maryland Legal Aid attorney announced he had filed a complaint against a Harford County Sheriff’s deputy that alleges an officer detained and questioned him on the basis of race, suspecting he was his client impersonating a lawyer.
Sen. Sarah Elfreth, 30, an Anne Arundel Democrat and Del. Julian Ivey, 23, a Prince George's County Democrat, join Luke and Mileah and discuss everything from oysters and gun legislation to the biggest lessons they've learned from their first session in office.
Local prosecutors will continue to pursue hate-crime charges in the fatal stabbing of a black Army lieutenant at the University of Maryland at the state level, after the FBI decided not to pursue charges at the federal level.
Howard County Police will step up their presence at a fundraising dinner on Saturday for the Maryum Islamic Center in Columbia, which received an online threat that "maybe you’ll be next" — a possible reference to the mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand one week ago.
In this episode, Baltimore Sun State House reporters Luke Broadwater and Pamela Wood discuss about the intense scrutiny facing the University of Maryland Medical System, the flurry of legislation moving in the General Assembly on "crossover day," and sit down with Sen. Bill Ferguson.
A judge has ordered Marquel Carter, who goes by his viral internet persona “Plainpotatoess,” to avoid several individuals and 20 local businesses in the Mount Vernon, Canton and Federal Hill neighborhoods.
With Bethlehem Steel long gone, Tradepoint Atlantic, a private joint venture, is in the process of redeveloping the waterfront land in Baltimore County into a hub of e-commerce and manufacturing. Investors believe they will eventually bring 10,000 jobs and another 7,000 related jobs to the Point.
Maryland State Police arrested an Anne Arundel County man in Ocean City on Friday morning who was wanted by Florida officials after he allegedly attacked a federally protected pelican in the Florida Keys.
The issues are heating up this week in Annapolis as lawmakers scramble to finalize bills as the "Crossover" deadline nears. In this episode, the latest on the state's effort to repeal the Handgun Permit Review Board, the so-called "aid-in-dying" bill and more from Del. Eric Luedtke.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson was so moved by the people who approached him at an airport to thank him for his service and say they were sorry to see him go that he decided to clarify matters in a Facebook post with a bold headline: “I AM NOT LEAVING!”
Debate has turned emotional in Annapolis as Maryland legislators decide whether or not to pass legislation that would allow terminally-ill adults to obtain prescription drugs they could take to end their lives. Help us add to our coverage with your perspective on the issue.
The Maryland House of Delegates has passed a bill that would shield from the public the names and photographs of youth who are criminally charged as adults until a judge has determined whether the case should be moved to juvenile court.