U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin will join the parade of Maryland Democratic elected officials who are backing Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown for governor Monday, a source familiar with the senator's plans said.
Del. Heather R. Mizeur said Wednesday that she has chosen the Rev. Delman Coates — the pastor of a large church in Prince George's County — as her running mate in the race for the Democratic nomination for governor.
Del. Heather R. Mizeur has chosen the Rev. Delman Coates, the charismatic pastor of a large church in Prince George's County, as her running mate in the 2014 race for the Democratic nomination for governor, according to a source familiar with the campaign's plans.
Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown marked Veterans Day by releasing a five-part plan for former members of the armed forces, including a tax break and help with employment and housing.
In honor of Veterans Day, Howard County is expanding options for wounded veterans who seek healing in nature. County Executive Ken Ulman announced Tuesday that the county is partnering with a therapeutic services group for veterans to improve accessibility at one of Howard's best fly-fishing spots.
The Inner Arbor Trust Inc., a corporation created to develop Symphony Woods in Columbia, announced this week internationally renowned landscape designer Martha Schwartz has been retained as the lead designer for the phase one of the project.
Governor Martin O'Malley visited the school in recognition of its dedication to the environment, as shown through various projects including a stream restoration/wetland construction project and an oyster gardening group.
By By Katie V. Jones and Baltimore Sun Media Group
As the sun set over Ellicott City on a crisp autumn evening earlier this week, the volunteers stood outside Miller Library, clutching clipboards and calling out to passersby: "Would you like to help take zoning to the voters?"
An attempt by Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler to pivot from character concerns to issues in the increasingly nasty gubernatorial contest yielded more vitriol Tuesday as Gansler accused rival Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown of putting politics ahead of protecting women from domestic violence.
When Maryland Senate President Thomas V. "Mike" Miller Jr. took the opportunity to announce that state Sen. Jim Robey would be the next Senate Majority Leader during a speech at a fundraiser for Del. Guy Guzzone last week, everyone in the room was the first to know.
Monday morning, almost one year after the Hurricane Sandy disaster, Ulman broke ground on an $8.1 million electrical protection system that will work to prevent future power-outage-related overflows at the county's wastewater treatment plant in Savage.
OCEAN CITY – Two candidates for governor – one Democrat and one Republican – pledged tax breaks for thousands of retirees who collect pension benefits as they sought the endorsement of the Maryland teachers union.
Some food pantries and aid programs in Maryland are experiencing an increase in requests for help as the federal government shutdown continues — a jump program officials believe is due partly to federal furloughs.
Plans to move forward with an affordable housing project in Elkridge have been put on hold for now, three weeks after members of a neighboring community brought concerns about the development before the County Council.
Hundreds of miles of new fiber optic cable are lighting 21st-century ambitions across Maryland: Economic development officials imagine businesses opening or expanding thanks to more robust Internet connections. School administrators envision students using more electronic resources. Some folks just look forward to dumping their dial-up modems.
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman, joined by U.S. Senators Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin and U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes, announced Monday morning that the state¿s 4,200-square-mile intercounty broadband network is complete.
In response to concerns from Howard County nonprofits that a new stormwater fee would be a hardship to pay, County Executive Ken Ulman today announced a program that offers a credit for up to 100 percent of the fee in exchange for a promise from the organization to develop a stormwater management plan.
Maryland voters might not be ready, but six candidates with their eye on the governor's mansion are poised to start running in earnest — touring the state, signing up volunteers and raising millions of dollars for a spirited race. Candidates from both parties say they plan to start selling their ideas this fall, more than a year before the November 2014 general election.