Long-troubled Glen Burnie property under contract for sale
The nine-acre wooded site is zoned for commercial development and could become a retail, restaurant, automotive or hotel project.
With abrupt summer cancellation, 'West Side Story' is the last BSO performance until fall
The upcoming run of “Movie with Orchestra: West Side Story” will be the last time the BSO performs until September.
Four top executives resign at UMMS amid controversy over board member contracts
The University of Maryland Medical System resignations and retirements follow an investigation into controversial deals worth millions of dollars.
Documents: Lawmakers ask Maryland Gov. Hogan to release BSO money
72 Maryland lawmakers wrote a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan asking him to release money set aside for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
72 lawmakers call on Gov. Hogan to release money for Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
18 senators and 54 delegates signed the letter asking Gov. Larry Hogan to release $1.6 million to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Maryland Gov. Hogan wins key approval for toll lanes project in D.C. suburbs
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's proposal to widen suburban highways with privately-built toll lanes won a key approval Wednesday.
Researcher says Hogan administration wrongly cites study to suggest highway expansion will cut air pollution
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's office says a project to add toll lanes to Washington-area highways will cut air pollution, but a researcher says that's false.
Maryland Gov. Hogan makes closing argument for toll lane projects ahead of key vote
Gov. Larry Hogan made closing arguments for his toll lane projects a day before a state board votes on the plan.
Road expansions like the one pushed by Hogan are needed as long as population grows
Road expansions like the one proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan to expand Maryland highways are needed to accommodate a growing population.
Don't rubber stamp Hogan's toll plan, Mr. Comptroller
Proposed suburban D.C. 'Lexus lanes' face too much opposition for Maryland's populist-leaning Peter Franchot to ignore.
Larry Hogan wants to help change the national GOP. Here are three places to start.
He won't run against Donald Trump, but Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's experience gives him room to help move the Republican Party forward on several issues.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has no interest in Senate run but is open to 2024 presidential run
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday he’s open to considering a presidential campaign in 2024 after his term ends — but ruled out running for the U.S. Senate.
Don't add toll lanes, remove cars instead
Maryland ought to invest more in transit and less in expanding D.C. area highways.
Maryland's Preakness tent: The case for partying on the taxpayer's dime
Spending tax dollars to entertain business guests and VIPs is the cost of economic development but government has an obligation to be open about it.
Maryland Gov. Hogan's toll lane project in D.C. suburbs causes dissent
Opposition is mounting to Gov. Larry Hogan's plan to have a private company to widen the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270 and charge tolls on the new lanes.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he won't run against President Trump, forms bipartisan advocacy organization
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he won't challenge President Donald Trump in the Republican primary in 2020.
Legislative leaders call on Gov. Hogan to release funding for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Maryland legislative leaders are calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to release $1.6 million in funding set aside for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
UMMS adopts new conflict-of-interest policy for board members, will bar board leaders from having contracts
The University of Maryland Medical System has adopted a new conflict-of-interest policy that bars it from granting sole-source contracts to board members.
University of Maryland officials say they will investigate student's death from adenovirus
University of Maryland Board of Regents are considering an outside investigation into officials' response of a virus outbreak that led to a student's death.
It's past time for a hard conversation about the BSO
The list of people whose failures have led to the current BSO debacle is long, but the big picture is that the status quo can't continue.
Maryland Gov. Hogan wants investigation into how University of Maryland handled fatal adenovirus outbreak
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan wants an investigation of how the University of Maryland handled an outbreak of adenovirus that left one student dead.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan names new members of handgun board
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is nominating five men to the state’s Handgun Permit Review Board, which is likely to exist only for a matter of months.
Letter: Hogan calls for investigations following student deaths at University of Maryland
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called for an investigation into the University of Maryland College Park after the deaths of Jordan McNair and Olivia Paregol.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation slams Pennsylvania's plan to reduce pollution as 'woefully inadequate'
A nonprofit that tracks pollution in the Chesapeake Bay is once again lambasting Pennsylvania for not doing enough to protect the nation's largest estuary.
Sun ignores virtues of clean energy legislation
Clean energy legislation that Gov. Hogan chose not to veto will do enormous good for Maryland.
'Hang them high': Baltimore County delegate draws fire for Facebook comment aimed at school officials
A state delegate from Baltimore County is drawing criticism for evoking lynchings in a Facebook comment aimed at county schools officials.
Baltimore political leaders seek briefings after report that NSA tool was used in ransomware attack
A congressman representing Baltimore seeks a briefing from the NSA after a report that a tool developed by the agency was used to spread ransomware.
Maryland House Speaker Adrienne Jones: Civil War plaque should be removed from State House
Maryland House of Delegates Speaker Adrienne Jones wants a plaque removed from the State House that pays tribute to both sides of the Civil War.
Maryland's new laws: banning foam food containers, raising tobacco-buying age, reforming UMMS board
Maryland lawmakers passed hundreds of bills this year. Here’s a look at which ones became law and which ones were vetoed by Gov. Larry Hogan.
Disabilities rights advocates ask Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to intervene on MTA MobilityLink troubles
Disabilities advocates ask Gov. Larry Hogan to intervene to straighten out problems with the MTA MobilityLink that have left riders stranded.
On Maryland's Eastern Shore, local hospital is downsized — and residents are outraged at UMMS
On Maryland's Eastern Shore, a local hospital is downsized — and residents are outraged at UMMS.
UMMS chief meets with Governor Hogan and Speaker Jones, pledges 'significant changes' at hospital network
The acting chief executive of UMMS went to Annapolis Thursday and pledged to make “significant changes” to senior staff.
Instead of Trump proposal to cut Chesapeake Bay Program, U.S. House panel passes bill increasing its budget
Instead of adopting President Donald Trump's proposal to all but eliminate the Chesapeake Bay Program, a U.S. House committee approved increasing its budget.
Maryland bill mandating 50% renewable energy by 2030 to become law, but without Gov. Larry Hogan's signature
Half of Maryland energy will come from renewable sources by 2030 under a bill that is now set to become law — without Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.
Maryland Gov. Hogan cancels bill-signing ceremony; remaining bills likely to become law without his signature
Gov. Larry Hogan canceled his final bill-signing ceremony that was scheduled for Thursday.
Maryland Board of Public Works approves $9.8M upgrade along North Avenue bus route in Baltimore
Maryland’s spending panel on Wednesday unanimously approved a $9.8 million upgrade to the bus route along Baltimore’s North Avenue.
Here are the bills Gov. Hogan still might veto — and why he should sign them instead
Gov. Larry Hogan should sign legislation on clean energy, prescription drugs, Obamacare and more.
Maryland General Assembly data: Percentage of bills passed, least successful lawmaker, freshman of the year
The 2019 Maryland General Assembly saw 188 legislators introduced 2,497 bills. Capital News Service broke down some of the most interesting statistics.
Blame city for Red Line cancellation and higher MTA fares, not Hogan
The Sun should point a finger at wasteful spending in Baltimore for cancellation of Red Line light rail project proposed by MTA.
Preakness 2019: Dread about Pimlico's future hangs over race marked by condemned seats, closed bathrooms
Preakness fans crammed Pimlico Race Course in an assortment of cheerful fashions and colors that belied the lingering dread about the Baltimore track's future.
At Preakness 2019, Maryland state government uses corporate tent to woo, reward
The Maryland state government sponsored a corporate tent at the 144th Preakness Stakes to network with politicians and woo businesses.
Preakness 2019: Celeb assortment include Cal Ripken, Robin Thicke, Vanessa Williams
From Vanessa Williams to Gov. Larry Hogan and Cal Ripken Jr., the 144th Preakness Stakes drew the usual smattering of politicians, entertainers and athletes.
State auditors: Forensic review under way to examine years of UMMS contracts, including 'Healthy Holly' books
A team of state auditors has begun a forensic audit of the University of Maryland Medical System, as mandated by state lawmakers in the wake of a scandal.
Clean Energy Jobs Act is just the first step Gov. Hogan needs to take on climate
If Gov. Hogan wants to be remembered as a good steward of the environment, he should support Clean Energy Jobs Act.
In light of abortion law, Franchot questions whether Maryland has investments in Alabama
Comptroller Peter Franchot is asking officials to review whether the state has investments in Alabama, which just enacted a law that bans almost all abortions.
Governor Hogan, allow clean energy bill to become Maryland law
Climate change has become too serious a threat to ignore Maryland's greenhouse gas emissions.
Who will be accountable for millions in Kirwan Commission school spending?
Gov. Larry Hogan is right to be concerned how money granted to fund the Kirwan Commission school improvement plan will be spent.
Alternative Fact of the Week: Larry Hogan's Road shill bill
Hogan warned Maryland about the dangers of rating merits of transportation projects - and then fulfilled his prophecy.
Sign tax sale bill, Gov. Hogan
Three Md. bills signify a turning point in the battle to keep Baltimoreans with tax liens in their homes and stabilize their communities. Will Hogan sign all?
UMMS affiliate hospitals also have deals with board members. Maryland lawmakers want reforms there, too.
As with the University of Maryland Medical System board, members of UMMS affiliates' boards hold contracts with hospitals they oversee.