There are only two weeks left in the NFL regular season. A season that has gone haywire for the Baltimore Ravens. After a 9-2 start, the Ravens have lost three straight games.
Maryland lawmakers are looking at ways to limit the availability of assault weapons.
Hospitals and doctors’ offices across the country are tacking extra fees onto your bill.
Maryland counties need a time out on land-use legislation to deal with bills already passed by the General Assembly.
There’s growing outrage over a big legal bill coming to taxpayers. It’s for defending Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold.
Baltimore’s water system has allowed big businesses, nonprofits and others to run up more than $10 million in unpaid bills according to a review of city records.
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Maryland residents who earn more than $100,000 annually will pay more income taxes and many will pay higher fees to flush their toilets under new laws taking effect this weekend.
A Maryland company has been chosen by more than 100 religious, community, labor and low-income housing groups in the Washington area that are joining forces to save money on electricity.
Baltimore Gas and Electric customers can expect to pay $100 to $200 less to heat their homes this winter.
Legislation containing Maryland redistricting plans that are different from Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposal will get full hearings in a special session next week.
Here are a few things I’m curious about heading into week 2.