A man who prosecutors say collected Social Security disability benefits while working for the agency has been convicted of fraud.
Washington County is extending spousal benefits to county employees married to same-sex spouses.
Hiring an interior decorator or designer can add lasting style and value to your home.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown wants veterans to have easier access to services and benefits.
Of all the unintentional injury deaths reported each year, about 45 percent happen in and around the home.
What you’ll need to know, especially if you have young children.
The Montgomery County Council has passed a $4.4 billion budget that will shrink the current year’s budget for the first time in more than 40 years.
The Maryland General Assembly has approved a measure that’s needed for the state to collect additional federal jobless benefits.
With a lawsuit, congressional efforts and a stinging new report, critics of current foster-care policies are accusing child welfare agencies of unfairly confiscating foster youths’ government benefits and undermining their prospects when they age out of the system.
A blind man on horseback follows the tinkling of bells deeper into the forest. At his side, a watchful assistant makes sure he stays clear of harm as the bell ringer leads them further into the 5,000-acre woods.
Members of an employees benefits commission are recommending Maryland save retiree health care benefits for people who’ve spent 15 years working for the state, instead of the current five-year requirement.