O'Malley appoints two new members of Baltimore County school board
GOP's Holt faces better-known opponent for Balto Co exec.
Campaign ads get graphic in Baltimore County
Kamenetz gets southwest Dem club endorsement
Baltimore County executive candidates receive endorsements
Governor's not twisting arms, so far
Miller shows he is firmly in control
Dembrow named to panel
Steffen worked in dark behind political scenes
Some fear Young fallout Assembly incumbents will be scrutinized along with senator; 'We are on trial'; Ethics investigation could damage careers of some Democrats
Bromwell ranks 2nd in state in fund raising He's given thousands to fellow Democrats
Ethics panel launches inquiry Young's businesses, use of public money will be examined; Criminal probe also begins; Senate president says he has received similar complaints
Officials, faculty leaders pleased with critique of community colleges Independent panel sees funding needs, infighting in Baltimore Co. system
Executive is opposed to a tax cut Ruppersberger says aging county's needs are more important; Council chairman agrees; Most years since 1992, budget savings went into Balto. Co. coffers
Campaign reform bill is OK'd State legislators seek better disclosure, curbs on lobbyists; 'Work against cynicism'; Senate, House reach compromise; governor indicates his support
Baltimore Co. senators steer away from Sunday
Campaign reform gets Senate boost Finance measure strengthened after Miller's about-face; Final OK now more likely; Attempt to dilute electronic filing requirement rejected
E. Farrell Maddox Sr., 65, police officer and member of the General Assembly
Bill to allow Sunday sales of automobiles gets boost Anne Arundel senators back 'blue law' repeal
Solving the community college mess Baltimore County: Lawmakers must stop naming unqualified friends to the board.
County colleges inquiry launched Higher education chief says trustees are not advocates for system
Some Republicans say party 'disgraced' by Neall's lobbying Senator has decided to represent developers
7 people, companies exceed Md. campaign donation limit Most say they didn't intend to violate law
Community college chief in Balto. Co. is fired LaVista is dismissed for siding with faculty over consolidation
Community college chief asked to quit Six trustees seek LaVista's resignation at private meeting; 'Graceful way to move on'; If he refuses, board plans closed session to consider ouster
County outlines plea for state aid Ruppersberger to ask Assembly for $40 million; Most is for schools; Crime reduction, parkland also on 'essentials list'
Nail drug column to some foreheadsThank you...
Tightening eligibility is a bad ideaWith reference...
Trustees' ouster sought at BCCC Faculty petition cites plan to cut tenure, related policies
State ethics panel expands gift-giving from lobbyists Lawmakers' spouses may get trips, meals
DeJuliis blames loss on power of incumbency Ehrlich says voters in 2nd District simply 'want conservative view'; ELECTION 1996
With disclosure, I do thee wed Marriage: The state's ethics rules for legislators and lobbyists are pretty straightforward about limited gift giving. But what if they want to get married? Should the ring be declared a bribe?
DeJuliis no novice in facing long odds 2nd District candidate emphasizes obstacles of her early adult life; CAMPAIGN 1996
Schools' building estimates too low New cost projections rearrange priorities for Baltimore County
'Little Dutch' wears many hats Michael H. Davis is Ruppersberger's spokesman, and more
Dumping on island angers Eastside State's latest decision for Hart-Miller called another broken vow
Expulsion raises questions over rule Balto. Co. officials say honor student's case proves policy too rigid
State to give $15 million for county school construction
Lobbyists pick up $400,000 tab to entertain politicians Bill to ease requirements on reporting attendance at functions is killed
House panel kills bill to ease reporting...
House OKs bill giving victims a voice in parole hearings Governor expected to sign it into law
Chamber calendar service invites question of ethics Campaign help: The Maryland Chamber of Commerce can't lawfully contribute money to state legislators, but it has offered to publicize their fund-raisers. That, says a watchdog group, is troubling.
Povich lends power to 'the People' in State House Despite many defeats, lobbyist bounces back
Romanians find democracy deals with biker garb, credit cards Md. Senate visitors also see check-cash bill debate
Crime victims seek right to speak at parole hearings Legislators study expansion of role
Dilution of law on ethics proposed Legislators behind reform last year want to weaken it now
Bids to alter selection of school board appear to fade Ruppersberger, senators dampen hopes for change
Colleges cancel plan to queue up for buyout Chancellor says staff won't have to wait in line to sign up after all
Governor backs study to complete county road $150,000 pledged to probe White Marsh Blvd. project
Newspaper war rages on Eastern Boulevard Local option: Former employees of the Avenue started a rival publication. The question is whether Essex can support two papers.