Baltimore officials want to hire their own assessors to determine the size of historic tax credits in response to errors blamed on the state that left some property owners with wildly inaccurate bills.
Doug Gansler calls himself a "fighter" for Marylanders on jobs, education and the environment. In his biggest fight, he says he's taking on the Democratic establishment as he seeks the Democratic nomination for governor.
Government officials involved in the multistate Chesapeake Bay cleanup pledged Monday to broaden and accelerate the long-running effort, including a vow to address the impacts of climate change on the ailing estuary.
The revelation that a former Catonsville doctor accused of an alleged sexual assault previously went to prison for rape has lit a fire under lawmakers and regulators who plan to ensure the state screens physicians it licenses, a measure that has failed and been ignored in recent years.
As military leaders grapple with rising reports of sexual assault in the ranks, Maryland Army National Guard Brig. Gen. Linda Singh is believed to by the highest-ranking officer in the armed forces to discuss her own experience of abuse publicly.
A new mega outlet mall — planned for right next to the White Marsh Mall — is being slipped through Baltimore County's development process without any public consideration by the County Council of traffic, the surrounding retail market, the environment or dozens of other potential impacts on the community.
As early voting got underway Thursday in the primary race for governor, the four Republicans competing for the GOP nomination jockeyed to present themselves as the most qualified to take on a Democrat in November.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Charles Lollar, an ordained preacher and former tea party activist, spreads a spirited message about rising above partisanship. He contends that he is the candidate best able to beat a Democrat in November.
That city's tab for putting up residents displaced by the collapse of East 26th Street in Charles Village now sits just shy of $100,000, city officials said Thursday, and will continue to grow even though the residents are now back in their homes.
Early voting was off to a slow start in Harford County on Thursday, the first day voters could cast ballots in the primary election and the first time the county has had more than one early voting site. By midday, however, the turnout had begun to pick up.
Democrat Douglas F. Gansler released a new policy proposal Thursday to give a combined $1,200 tax break to families who earn less than $100,000 per year. The attorney general announced his new ¿middle class tax cut¿ the same day early voting began in the in the June 24 primary.
Baltimore officials on Wednesday approved a $3.4 million deal to build a luxury hotel on a Fells Point pier after chiding a developer for trying to include campaign contributions to local politicians as part of the project's costs.