The secrecy surrounding Baltimore police chief nominee Joel Fitzgerald's application for the job is not helping build trust in a man seeking to turn around one of the most troubled law enforcement agencies in the country.
The new CEO of Maryland’s largest health insurer wants to explore means of lowering health cost for all state residents, as well as expanding its own reach potentially through the Medicare and Medicaid government health programs.
Leaders of Stop Transource community organization strategize with local legislators on the best ways to protect communities from future powerline projects, give update on status of Transource Independence Energy Connection project through Harford County.
Carroll County has been fortunate to have many native sons and daughters, like generations of the Dixon family, who have made a great difference and contribution to our community, Maryland and our great nation.
Dr. Michael E. Kolakolwski Jr., a longtime Glen Burnie dentist whose hobbies included reading and gardening, died Nov. 10 from heart failure at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center. He was 85.
Johns Hopkins officials recently announced plans to hold a series of community forums through the end of the year in an effort to renew plans to establish an independent police department to protect the university and medical campuses and surrounding areas of Baltimore. It's a great idea.
A Massachusetts company that trades on the Canadian stock exchange has offered $30 million to a Frederick firm to expand its presence beyond its current Baltimore County store in a deal that challenges a regulation prohibiting such consolidation.
The day after it was announced that University of Maryland President Wallace Loh would retire in the wake of a football scandal — but that the football coach would remain in College Park — state lawmakers called for a hearing to investigate the matter.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has decided to appeal a case in which federal judges threw out the 6th congressional district map as unfair to Republican voters. His office says he wants a clear, national standard for drawing such maps and has a duty to defend state law.
The lead between Steve Johnson and Del. Glen Glass widens in the District 34A legislative race in Harford County while the lead between District F Councilman Curtis Beulah and challenger Wini Roche narrows after a canvass of absentee and provisional ballots Wednesday.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has filed a motion in federal court challenging President Donald Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting U.S. attorney general. Frosh’s motion in U.S. District Court in Baltimore argues the appointment is “illegal and unconstitutional.”
A state commission investigating the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force scandal will get secret records from the police department — but will have to sign an agreement to keep them from public view.
Amid a rash of hate incidents, officials in Anne Arundel County are scrambling to address the problem — with plans to submit legislation, change school curriculum and improve prosecution of hate crimes.
Maryland’s leaders face a critical and complex choice in light of a decision in which three federal judges found the state’s congressional district map to be unconstitutionally gerrymandered: comply or appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court? State Attorney General Brian Frosh hasn't announced a decision.
Tuesday’s election results mean that in 2019 Democrats will hold the top job in seven of Maryland’s eight largest jurisdictions. Meanwhile, Republicans — still riding high from Hogan’s historic win over Democrat Ben Jealous — looked around the state to see their bench had been decimated.
Seventy women won election Tuesday — about 30 of them new to the House and Senate — as part of a surge of woman across the country that shattered glass ceilings for gender, race and religion. Overall, Maryland will see a net gain of seven more women when the legislature reconvenes in January.
The Carroll County Public Schools Board of Education approved the appointment of Amy Jagoda as the mental health coordinator, a position that came out of the Maryland Safe to Learn Act, and will be funded through grants from the state in its first year.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, one of the university’s leading boosters, said Wednesday that “there’s fault everywhere around” for the the developments that lead to the ouster of UM football coach DJ Durkin and the resignation of the chairman of the regents.
The day after becoming just the second Republican to be re-elected governor in Maryland history, Larry Hogan pledged to continue governing the blue state as a centrist as he laid out some of his second-term agenda.
A three-judge federal court panel has ruled Maryland drew the boundary lines for the 6th congressional district in an unconstitutional way to benefit Democrats. The court banned the state from using those boundaries in the future. Attorney General Brian Frosh is reviewing whether to appeal.
Gov. Larry Hogan cruised to a second term Tuesday night, but failed to take others from his party along for the ride. Voters said they voted against most Republicans — other than Hogan — out of their disdain for President Donald Trump.
Now that Republican Larry Hogan has bested Democratic challenger Ben Jealous to win a second term as governor of Maryland the blame game and airing of electoral grievances on the losing side can officially begin. But Mr. Jealous didn’t lose this race nearly as much as Mr. Hogan won it.
District 12 Democrat State Del. Clarence Lam handily won his bid to replace the retiring Democrat Sen. Edward J. Kasemeyer on Election Day. The district represents constituents in both Howard and Baltimore counties.
Voters resoundingly elected incumbent Republican lawmakers in the three legislative districts that touch Carroll County (Districts 4, 5 and 9). In District 5 — which covers most of Carrol — Republican Sen. Justin Ready, and Delegates Susan Krebs, Haven Shoemaker and April Rose cruised to victory.
Baltimore County voters made history Tuesday by casting ballots for their first elected school boards. Seven elected members in December will join four members appointed by the governor and a student member to convene the county's first-ever elected board.
Carroll County voters went to the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. Here's a sampling of their thoughts on the local races, the Maryland gubernatorial race and President Donald Trump, who isn't on the ballot but looms large over this election.
Maryland votes: Here's what to expect Tuesday on Election Day at your polling place. Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democrat Ben Jealous are at the top of their parties' tickets, along with races for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House, state attorney general and the General Assembly.
Ackneil M. Muldrow II, a retired banker who headed the a minority development credit fund who was an advocate for emerging businesses, died of heart failure Oct. 25 at Sinai Hospital. The Pikesville resident was 80.