As Maryland health officials begin reforming their oversight of services for adults and children with disabilities, advocates are demanding greater urgency and specific fixes to address a reported increase in abuse and neglect of disabled people.
More than 60 percent of donors to congressional candidates in Maryland gave more than $1,000 and the state ranked 31st in the nation for inequality between small and large contributions, according to a report released Tuesday by groups supporting campaign finance reform.
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners are expected to vote on a mass transit prevention resolution that would eliminate the possibility of mass transportation services leading out of and into the county, said Commissioner Doug Howard, R-District 5.
A new parking problem in Hampden is surfacing: residents of the Union Mill apartment complex are parking on the street, not in the complex's parking lot, because on-street parking is closer to the main entrance. Area residents are complaining and City Councilman Nick Mosby said he will call the apartment complex's management, Seawall.
Mike Hiob, a former city councilman and unsuccessful mayoral candidate, says Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett has been using his city-owned vehicle and city-provided credit card to make too many trips and spend money on expensive lunches with officials.
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.
A new company has taken over the shuttered People's Community Health Centers, which went out of business this summer under mounting financial pressures, yet former employees want to be paid back wages.
Officials from the Maryland health exchange and their prime contractor have agreed to delay their litigation over the troubled website that frustrated thousands in their attempts to buy health insurance promised under the Affordable Care Act.
Construction to widen and resurface lanes and redesign exit patterns along a 1-mile stretch of Interstate 695 in Baltimore County began this week and is expected to continue through the summer of 2017, according to the State Highway Administration.
Therapy Pets Unlimited is a nonprofit organization based in Perry Hall. Founded in March, the new group eases the sting of some old, familiar pains such as grief, stress and loneliness through friendly pet visits.
Two U.S. senators are trying to introduce one form of the European right to be forgotten stateside in their new Record Expungement Designed to Enhance Employment (R.E.D.E.E.M.) Act, a bill that would effectively expunge federal non-violent criminal records by sealing them from view of employment background checks.
Parents and community members voiced a need for upgraded school facilities in Baltimore County public schools at a Southwest Education Advisory Council pre-budget hearing held Wednesday night, Oct. 15 at Woodlawn High School.
As additive manufacturing, also known as 3-D printing, becomes more commonly used among manufacturers, Harford Community College faculty and staff members are developing methods of educating students about the process.