The disbanding of the baseball and men's soccer teams made national news and has blown up into the biggest challenge of Maravene Loeschke's 18-month tenure as Towson's leader. Last week the controversy reached Annapolis, where Gov. Martin O'Malley and Comptroller Peter Franchot rebuked her decision and demanded she appear before them in two weeks to explain her actions.
President Barack Obama no longer needs Gov. Martin O'Malley as a top campaign surrogate, and the Democratic Governors Association is set to elect someone else as its chairman. But neither development is likely to push Maryland's governor off the national stage.
Comptroller Peter Franchot has become the latest prominent Democrat to reject the congressional redistricting map drawn by Gov. Martin O'Malley and the General Assembly, urging Marylanders to vote it down at the polls Nov. 6.
One week after Baltimore County's retirement system lowered its long-term expectations of how much it will earn on investments, the state system faces a similar decision Tuesday – one with potentially significant consequences for current and future retirees and Maryland taxpayers.
Lured by its hometown feeling, Arbutus residents, and many others who don't live in the area, endured the heat and 100-degree plus temperatures to enjoy Wednesday afternoon's annual Fourth of July parade.
Gov. Martin O'Malley will back state Sen. Rob Garagiola in his bid to capture the nomination in the 6th Congressional District, a significant get for a candidate who has faced a stronger than expected challenge from Potomac banker John Delaney late in the campaign.
With less than a month before the 2012 Maryland General Assembly session adjourns, Harford County's legislators are just beginning to scrape the surface of what they hope to accomplish during this year's session.
Democratic House candidate John Delaney secured the support of state comptroller Peter Franchot on Tuesday, the latest in a series of high-profile endorsements for the Potomac businessman in his bid for the nomination.
The multi-million dollar contract to turn Maryland's two travel plazas on Interstate 95 over to an out-of-state company is being challenged by a local firm that believes the bidding process favored the eventual winner.
William Donald Schaefer was buried Wednesday after a warm and often humorous service attended by much of Maryland's political establishment past and present as well as citizens who felt a personal kinship to the former mayor and governor
William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the past four decades of Maryland history, died yesterday after a "do-it-now" career that included four terms as Baltimore mayor, two as the state's governor and two as comptroller.