As the general election campaign moves beyond its post-primary lull, Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan have critical strategic objectives to achieve to become Maryland's next governor.
Officials with the Army's Test and Evaluation Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground and energy supplier Constellation Retail recently signed three-year agreement to explore alternative energy sources for the Harford County Army post as leaders across the military and federal government look for ways to reduce the amount of energy used at their facilities.
Maryland officials on Wednesday approved $16 billion in contracts that are intended to change the way state employees use health care by offering rewards for taking steps to stay well — and imposing penalties for refusing to comply.
Republican members of the House of Delegates are seeking answers from Gov. Martin O'Malley about how Maryland will deal with the unaccompanied children coming to the state in the wave of illegal immigrants from Central America.
Now is the time to contact Gov. Martin O'Malley to remind him how important it is to ramp up work by our utilities and state agencies to deliver energy efficiency, which reduces the need to generate electricity with fuels that create the carbon pollution that harms our health and planet. Our state must invest more money, and do so more effectively, especially in our housing stock. Not only will that protect our cherished Chesapeake Bay by reducing pollution, it will benefit households struggling
The city of Baltimore and CSX Transportation have agreed to split the cost of rebuilding the collapsed retaining wall along East 26th Street in Charles Village, according to a memorandum of understanding signed by both parties.
By By Kevin Rector and Nayana Davis and The Baltimore Sun
City of Aberdeen leaders are expected to review during the coming weeks an amendment to the ordinance that governs how they can spend money from the settlement the city received in 2011 after its water wellfield was contaminated with a gasoline additive.
Running parking garages is not a core function of government, so Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake's plan to sell off city-owned garages would be an encouraging step toward shedding non-essential city assets and investing in more important priorities for the city's residents and long-term fiscal health.
The second and final day of the Moonrise Music Festival, the electronic dance music event that attracted thousands to Pimlico Racecourse over the weekend, appeared to be running smoothly Sunday evening, city officials said.
After more than two years, the Office of Personnel Management released guidelines for phased retirement on Thursday, but not before it missed at least a few people who have already retired or have plans to.
When you're a Libertarian candidate in Maryland, garnering more than 1 percent of the vote on Election Day counts as a win. But for Shawn Quinn, candidate for governor, nothing short of toppling both the major-party candidates will feel like victory.
Maryland's health department has alerted state contractors caring for disabled adults and children that they are obligated to report incidents at their facilities that involve police, fire and medical assistance.
As bills go out with the first fees for customers who don't want smart meters, Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. is pressing to apply the charges to a much larger group — people the utility says have ignored repeated requests to switch out their old indoor meter.
Baltimore's new curfew — among the strictest in the country — takes effect Friday amid mixed reaction from some parents who think the rules will help keep kids safe and experts who say that no proof exists to say it will.
Gov. Martin O'Malley joined U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez Wednesday at a popular burrito restaurant in Bethesda to praise its higher-than-minimum wages and to promote a raise for other American workers.
The two men vying to be Maryland's next governor have agreed to an hour-long televised debate in early October, reaching a deal after more than a month of controversy about when — and whether — the pair would face off.
The popular ride-sharing company Uber Technologies is a "common carrier" and is subject to the same regulations imposed on other passenger-for-hire services in the state, the Maryland Public Service Commission ruled Wednesday.
Gov. Martin O'Malley, a presidential hopeful, has taken on yet another "pop issue," proposing that Maryland provide foster care to several thousand unaccompanied Central American minors, lest they be sent to "certain death." He has also championed abolition of capital punishment and the establishment of gay marriage, the Dream Act, and tax credits and fueling stations for electric vehicles whose technology is not ready for prime time.
Hundreds of Marylanders from across the state are volunteering to help Central American children coming here as part of an influx of unaccompanied minors crossing the U.S. border in recent months, O'Malley administration officials said Tuesday. People are seeking information on how to become foster parents, provide clothing or tutoring, or offer legal or employment services.