Ahead of this spring’s municipal elections, the Carroll County Times has asked candidates to provide information on themselves and their priorities. Here are the responses from Taneytown City Councilman Donald C. Frazier.
CNN is suing President Donald Trump and top aides on the White House communications team in an effort to get correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials immediately restored, the network announced this morning.
The University System of Maryland’s governing board announced Friday that it has selected former Gov. Bob Ehrlich and four others to join a commission tasked with investigating the football culture at the state’s flagship.
Gov. Larry Hogan is popular, but so was former Gov. Bob Ehrlich when he lost his bid for reelection. So goes the favorite anecdote of voters certain to have previously lived our current gubernatorial contest. But are Marylanders really experiencing a case of electoral déjà vu?
Across the state, dozens of inmates convicted of violent crimes — carjackings, shootings and attempted murder — are using a state law intended to help addicted offenders get drug treatment to win early release.
A study of the options for the stalled redevelopment of the State Center site in Baltimore envisions a range of ideas for the site, including a small park, apartments, commercial offices, retail shops or a grocery store.
While many Americans may not be concerned with how their DirecTV or XM satellite radio makes it to their home or car, this is the daily burden of engineers and technicians at Saft, a company in Cockeysville that develops some of the nation's most high-tech batteries for use in communications satellites, weather balloons, rocket ships, military Humvees and tanks and even Formula One race cars
Maryland Republicans are preparing to mount an all-out assault on the Democratic super-majorities in the General Assembly, hopeful that the popularity of Gov. Larry Hogan will outweigh whatever drag President Donald J. Trump could have on their fortunes.
There are at least three individuals President Donald Trump could nominate to lead the FBI today who can not only do the job effectively but also end the hysteria, restore the reputation of the FBI and keep the agency hard-charging on truth and justice. Patrick Fitzgerald, Mythili Raman or John Carlin would each instantly bring the type of integrity, independence, experience and leadership the FBI and America need.