Two mothers of military academy students from Mt. Airy, Rene Sykes and Judy Mullen, talk about how their children got interested in attending service academies as well as their own thoughts and concerns.
Federal auditors looking into Maryland's flawed health insurance exchange are subpoenaing documents as part of their probe and have sought information from the lead contractor hired by the state to build the site.
Old Goucher neighborhood, named for the old Goucher College that moved to Towson in the 1950s, is trying to raise $2 million to turn the old campus south of Charles Village into a park area. Del. Maggie McIntosh is trying to help.
Residents of rural western Howard County packed the County Council¿s chambers Monday night for more than three hours of testimony focused on whether large-scale mulching, firewood processing and soil processing operations are appropriate on land under agricultural preservation easement.
Baltimore money manager T. Rowe Price said Thursday that net income rose nearly 26 percent in the first three months of the year, compared with a year earlier, as revenue from investment advisory fees grew by more than $120 million.
The drama over Baltimore's dysfunctional phone system began its latest act Wednesday with the city authorizing a private attorney to defend Comptroller Joan Pratt amid an ethics investigation — and Pratt leveling more accusations that the Rawlings-Blake administration is wasting taxpayer dollars through inaction.
Maryland's top health official told a congressional panel on Thursday that its IT contractors were to blame for the state's troubled rollout of the Affordable Care Act and suggested the state may reimburse the federal government if it can claw back money from those companies.
By By John Fritze and Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun
The board overseeing the Maryland health exchange voted unanimously Tuesday evening to scrap its dysfunctional website and adopt software developed by Deloitte Consulting and used by the more successful health exchange in Connecticut.
By By Andrea K. Walker, Meredith Cohn and Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun
Monday marks the end of a six-month enrollment push for Maryland's troubled health exchange, and despite a surge in the past week it is unclear whether the state can meet its goals and overcome technical problems that have persisted since the Oct. 1 debut.
Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Douglas F. Gansler said Wednesday that his office would claw back money from the contractors responsible for problems with Maryland's botched health exchange.
Karen P. Vojtko, who had been the nurse manager of the cardiac care and progressive care units at the University of Maryland Medical Center where her career spanned more than three decades, died Wednesday of cancer at her Abingdon home. She was 56.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Crashes of amateur-built planes, such as the one last Saturday in Suffolk, Va., that killed a father from Davidsonville and his son from Westminster and remains under investigation, are tragic, said Carl Kesselring, the manager of Suburban Airport in Laurel.
Baltimore's spending panel agreed Wednesday to hire a consultant in an attempt to save money on the city's outdated phone system — even as agencies say they've identified nearly 1,200 unused phone lines that cost the city $670,000 annually.
Paul Capriolo and the crew at Social Growth Technologies are looking forward to graduation, having spent years getting ready for the world outside this one-story beige building in Columbia. The Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship is not a school, but it does cultivate business and launch its charges onto bigger things.