A Maryland businessman admitted in federal court Thursday that he was reimbursed for $160,000 in campaign contributions by his boss, who’s at the center of a wide-ranging investigation of political corruption in the District of Columbia.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler, though not yet formally a candidate for governor, announced Friday he has hired a campaign manager known for her work on statewide races.
The District of Columbia has awarded $1.7 billion in tax breaks to developers in the past decade, and more than a third of that total has gone to 10 developers that donated the most to city politicians’ campaigns over that time.
Lt. Governor Anthony Brown will host a free campaign kickoff cookout this Friday to formally announce his plans for 2014. He is expected to announce his run for governor.
Johns Hopkins says it is working on its largest-ever fundraising campaign, which aims to raise $4.5 billion by the end of 2017.
It’s a dangerous tradition in Baltimore–illegal dirt bikes zooming through the streets of the city.
Concerns over online privacy on social media websites lead to a new Facebook online safety campaign.
Maryland lawmakers have passed a campaign finance reform bill.
A judge has set a July sentencing date for a former campaign aide to District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray.
City leaders in Annapolis are launching a “Walk Annapolis” campaign to highlight the walkability and shop-ability of the state capital.
Those who research school violence say by the time a kid leaves middle school, there is a 90 percent chance they have been bullied. In recent years, school districts have beefed up efforts to change the culture.
Maryland’s next governor race takes shape. Right now, potential candidates are releasing how much money they’ve raised for their campaigns.