Gov. Larry Hogan has asked President Donald Trump to declare last month’s deadly Ellicott City flood a major disaster for Baltimore, and Howard and Baltimore counties, which would qualify those areas for federal relief funding.
The federal government has agreed to study ways of transferring ownership of a 19-mile stretch of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (Interstate 295) to Maryland, federal and state officials announced Monday — a key step in Gov. Larry Hogan’s $9 billion highway expansion plan.
The Maryland Democratic Party on Friday urged their GOP counterparts to donate $100,000 raised at a 2015 Trump fundraiser to a nonprofit that reunites migrant families separated at the southwest border.
Guthrie will finish his eight-year term on June 30 before he begins a position at Sussex Technical School District in Delaware on July 1. Steven Lockard, whose contract was signed April 25, will take over for Guthrie this summer.
Gov. Larry Hogan scored a significant legal victory Thursday as the state’s highest court struck down the General Assembly’s attempt to constrain his appointment powers and ordered that two former Cabinet secretaries receive back pay the legislature wanted to withhold from them.
Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan responds to border crisis, saying he called back the state's small National Guard contingent and will not send any resources while migrant children are being separated from their parents.
Summer camps across the Baltimore region opened on Monday. Sunscreen-slathered kids showed up to play soccer, sail or revel in the sun. There was just one problem: For many of the children, school was still in session.
The question of whether partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional remains without an answer after the Supreme Court on Monday unanimously rejected two cases dealing with the issue — one from Wisconsin and one from Maryland.
Jason Gallion, selected by the Maryland Republican Party to run for the District 35 Senate seat after Sen. Wayne Norman died in March, says he will remain a candidate after the primary, despite reports of a "switch" that involves him running for delegate and Del. Teresa Reilly for Senate.
A plan to extend express toll lanes on Interstate 95 north of Baltimore into Harford County will be greatly expanded from what was originally proposed, it was announced Friday morning by the Maryland Transportation Authority, which operates the highway.
The Baltimore school system's 2018-2019 calendar designates the first two days of spring break as potential “inclement weather recovery days.” But the teachers union contract requires that teachers get a vacation of five consecutive days each spring.
On its first anniversary, Gov. Larry Hogan’s $135 million BaltimoreLink bus system’s LocalLink and ExpressLink buses are on time about 68 percent of the time, an improvement from the previous year, but still well short of the Maryland Transit Administration’s 80 percent goal.
Gov. Larry Hogan came to Baltimore on Thursday to tout $15.2 million in state funding his administration has helped secure for violence prevention, education and transportation initiatives in Baltimore.
Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday issued a call for developers interested in taking over the State Center project in West Baltimore, seeking to advance a project that has long been mired in delays and lawsuits.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous unveiled a plan on Wednesday that offers an array of ideas for boosting the state’s economy, from raising the minimum wage, expanding high-speed internet access and supporting startup companies.
Democrats in deep blue Maryland like Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, even though they don't believe he has changed the state for the better, a new poll for the Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore shows.
A new Baltimore Sun-University of Baltimore poll has found that with less than three weeks until the Democratic primary election for governor, two candidates have broken away from the crowded pack, though a huge swath of voters are undecided and haven't been paying attention to the race.