O’Malley To Speak In New Hampshire, South Carolina Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will be making trips to New Hampshire and South Carolina in coming months as he continues to weigh a potential presidential run. Paper Ballots Return To Maryland Elections Maryland voters will return to casting ballots on paper starting with the presidential election in 2016, election officials said Thursday, adding it to the long list of states that use paper ballots or a blend of paper and digital formats.
Legislative Black Caucus Criticizes Hogan’s Budget Plan Hogan To Speak At Tech Council Dinner Public Works: Schools, Take Care Of What You Have Md. Lawmakers Consider Paid Sick Leave Bill Celebration Continues For Gov. Larry Hogan On The Eastern Shore Gov. Hogan Plans To Close State Deficit And Roll Back Taxes Maryland’s 62nd Gov. Takes Oath Of Office
State Approves Slots Reductions At Maryland Live, Horseshoe The state's two largest casinos have been granted permission to switch out some slots for table games. Traffic App ‘Waze’ Raising Some Police Concern Curbing a popular traffic app? Some law enforcement agencies fear WAZE is putting officers lives in danger.
Baltimore Woman Arrested In Garrett Co. College Double Stabbing Wind Advisory In Effect Starting At Noon On Friday Report: Lexington Market Could See $26.7M Overhaul Baltimore Police Discover Man Shot To Death Bail Reduced For Ohio Rabbi Accused Of Sexually Abusing Md. Girl Md. Bill Would Put Armed Police Officer In Every School 911 Calls Released In Annapolis Mansion Fire