State senator and Howard County executive-elect Allan Kittleman said Wednesday that he has chosen Michael Davis, a senior partner at the law firm Davis, Agnor, Rapaport and Skalny, to lead his transition team.
First annual Zaching Against Cancer Foundation's "Living The Dream" event takes place Friday, Nov. 7 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Sports Legends Museum in Baltimore. The Zaching Against Cancer Foundation was established in honor of Centennial High School graduate and University of Maryland student Zachary Lederer who inspired millions of people during his courageous battle with brain cancer.
State Sen. Allan Kittleman said Wednesday that he has chosen Michael Davis, a senior partner at the law firm Davis, Agnor, Rapaport and Skalny, to lead his transition team. Kittleman said Davis has been a friend "for many, many, many years."
Republican Allan H. Kittleman beat Democrat Courtney Watson Tuesday in the race for Howard County executive. He will become just the second Republican executive in county history, and the first since the 1990s.
Political professionals say most people know whom they choose between Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan – if they actually bother to go to the polls. It's getting the may-not-bother people to show up that's the key to victory for either campaign for governor, experts say.
Maryland gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan has kept his message simple. His well-organized campaign, a comparatively positive one, has resonated with those who feel Maryland has gone too far to the left of center. His voice alone has helped to focus the debate on the issues.
Courtney Watson is the right person to build on the phenomenal accomplishments of Ken Ulman's years as Howard County Executive. She is a compassionate, principled, and skilled leader of strong character. Courtney is a strong supporter of affordable housing, including the downtown Columbia; enhanced programs for seniors and minority businesses; a woman's right to choose; Maryland Gun Safety Act, minimum wage bill, and the Dream Act; and fully funding education and Pre K.
Democrat Ken Ulman's tenure as Howard County executive has been marked by a hands-on approach. Now he's hoping to become Maryland's lieutenant governor on Anthony Brown's ticket — a position that for the first time would put the ambitious Ulman in the No. 2 position.
Courtney Watson has performed her laudable public service during the progressive and very successful Robey and Ulman administrations, being integral to the myriad achievements which have bolstered our award-winning, nationally and internationally recognized, superior services.
Howard County Executive and lieutenant governor candidate Ken Ulman joined local officials Friday to tour the Dasher Green Head Start Center in Columbia touting the importance of prekindergarten classes and the need to make them full day programs.
Courtney Watson and Allan Kittleman are children of Howard County. In a hard-fought campaign season that's run the gamut of issues over the past year, it's a core fact that keeps each candidate grounded.
The Columbia Association, a large community services organization that manages many of Columbia's amenities, became this week the latest private-sector entity to link into the Inter-County Broadband Network, a publicly-funded Internet provider that took years and $160 million in state and federal funds to develop.
Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan brought their combative disagreement on Maryland's future to their third and final televised debate in the race for governor. Hogan launched another testy exchange over Brown's role in the O'Malley administration's flubbed online health insurance marketplace. Brown, in turn, bashed Hogan for his role in an Ehrlich administration's personnel controversy.
The Columbia Association will link a half-dozen of its facilities into the Inter-County Broadband Network (ICBN), a state-wide, publicly-funded internet provider that was built to enhance internet speeds in Maryland.
nTech Solutions Inc., a information technology solutions provider, was recognized by County Executive Ken Ulman this week for linking into the Inter-County Broadband Network, making it one of the first private entities to link into the network that currently serves the county government offices.
Howard County executive candidates Courtney Watson and Allan Kittleman agreed Tuesday night that this year's election is critically important to the county's future. Where they differed was over whose vision would best serve Howard residents.
On Monday, approximately 150 residents, elected officials and other stakeholders gathered in Long Reach Village Center to mark the county's $5 million purchase of the property, which was finalized Oct. 1.
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On Wednesday, Dunloggin Middle School's oyster gardening club students had an opportunity to showcase their project to a group of federal and state education officials touring the school through the U.S. Department of Education's second annual Green Strides Best Practices Tour of Green Ribbon Schools around the country.
The Democrat and Republican running to be lieutenant governor have agreed to debate on a Washington radio show next week, the first publicly broadcast showdown between the men vying to be No.2 in the next administration.