U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez, a candidate for Democratic National Committee chair, will deliver the keynote address at the party's annual legislative luncheon in Annapolis on Tuesday, officials announced Thursday.
Nearly half of the projects that Gov. Larry Hogan has identified as being on the chopping block because of a new law passed by the General Assembly had not been funded anyway, the legislature's chief analyst says.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday said his "top priority" would be to repeal transportation legislation he dubbed "the road kill bill," claiming it would require him to stop building nearly every transportation project in the state.
A proposal to place statues of anti-slavery heroes Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass in the Maryland State House would add a new chapter to the history of Maryland as told through its iconic capitol building.
Gov. Larry Hogan and the Democratic leaders of the General Assembly unveiled a compromise Tuesday that will provide $20 million to Northrop Grumman Corp. and an equal amount to alleviate the cost of teacher pensions for local school systems.
Two of Maryland's largest public universities announced Tuesday they will establish a joint national security academy for students and professionals — part of a broader effort by state officials to lure the FBI's proposed new headquarters to the state.
The state university system will no longer award bonuses to campus presidents or the system chancellor – a policy change announced Thursday following criticism of a large bonus given to Chancellor Robert Caret.
Speaker Michael E. Busch objected Thursday to a decision last week to award an extra $105,000 to the head of the University System of Maryland, calling the move inappropriate at a time when students are struggling to pay the costs of a degree.
Carroll County's own Joseph Getty will hold one of the highest judicial seats in the state, if his appointment to the Maryland Court of Appeals by Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday is confirmed by the state Senate.
Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday will sign legislation sponsored by Harford County legislators to dedicate a section of Route 924 as "Heroes Highway" in honor of two fallen Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies.
Baltimore school officials have asked the Board of Public Works to reconsider what they called a "punitive and unreasonable" decision to withhold $5 million in school construction money if the system doesn't install window air-conditioning units in 2,000 classrooms by August.
Insurance companies in Maryland will cover all forms of birth control — from birth control pills to vasectomies -- with no out-of-pocket costs to consumers under a bill being signed into law on Tuesday.
A commission set up by General Assembly leaders has launched the first comprehensive examination of Maryland's school construction program in 12 years, looking for ways to hold down costs while building better places to learn.
Since 1987, we have had President Reagan, President Bush (the elder), two terms of President Clinton, two terms of President Bush (the younger) and two terms of President Obama. During all that time, Thomas V. "Mike" Miller has presided over the Maryland State Senate.