Maryland officials will submit a plan to the federal government aimed at allowing them to hang onto about $1 billion in Medicare reimbursements received under a unique agreement with Washington, the chairman of a panel that sets hospital billing rates told lawmakers Tuesday.
Damascus, the vintage dairy town on the northernmost edge of Montgomery County, is a place where people still talk in four-digit phone numbers. The Jimmie Cone still draws lines of ice cream lovers each summer. Judges still pin blue ribbons on goats, roses and rhubarb pies at the town fair each fall.
This past year has been a big one for the Affordable Care Act. There’s more to come in 2013.
Enjoy the sunshine and mild air Wednesday, because we have big changes on the way.
Ten years in the making, the rewritten manual has been embroiled in controversy.
Worcester County officials are considering changes to the county’s dog laws.
Are kids reaching puberty earlier because of higher levels of obesity or chemicals in food and water?
Toward the coast it looks to stay cloudy all afternoon. Finally a nice day Friday before some big changes over the weekend.
The reflecting pool on the National Mall in front of the Lincoln Memorial is about to reopen after a two-year, $34 million reconstruction.
Forty years of looking down has captured a lot of change here on earth.
Maryland Delegate Maggie McIntosh says she is willing to forgo changes to a bill that regulates where residential septic systems can be installed to ensure the legislation survives the General Assembly.
A Howard County lawmaker wants to make state agencies more accountable when repeated shortcomings are cited in state audits.