Baltimore City Council Takes Action Against President-Elect TrumpJust days before Donald Trump heads to Baltimore, the City Council has taken action against the new leader.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank Wants Public Financing for Port Covington ProjectUnder Armour CEO Kevin Plank wrote a letter to the City asking for public financing for the massive redevelopment project in Port Covington.
Baltimore Mayor Wants Interim Police Commissioner To Permanently LeadBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants Kevin Davis to be the permanent police commissioner. It's a tough job most people don't remain in for very long.
City Council Considers Rules For Meeting By SkypeThe Frederick Board of Aldermen is drafting rules for allowing members to participate in meetings by video or telephone.
Baltimore Police Take Action After Surge Of Violence Across CityA bloody weekend on Baltimore City streets, including three murders in just one day. One victim killed was the city council president's nephew.
Homeowners Could Face Harsher Penalties For Abandoning PropertyThousands of Baltimore families living next to abandoned houses are looking for a ray of light in a plan being introduced to city council.
Hagerstown Alley Renamed For 101-Year-Old ResidentA 101-year-old Hagerstown woman's name has become a permanent part of the western Maryland city.
Montgomery County Inauguration Set For Isiah LeggettMontgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett is scheduled to sworn in to his third term as county executive.
Western Maryland City Toughens Teen CurfewThe western Maryland city of Hagerstown is enacting a tougher juvenile curfew that makes parents subject to fines.
New Curfew Takes Effect In BaltimoreThe curfew ordinance for Baltimore City is in effect for the first time Friday night. Children found in violation of the curfew will be escorted to one of two youth connection centers.
Smoking On The Beach May Soon Be Illegal In Ocean CityIf you enjoy a cigarette on the beach in Ocean City you may not be able to light up there soon. The City Council is considering a ban.
Historian Aims To Honor 150th Emancipation DateIn 2007, the Annapolis City Council passed a bill apologizing for slavery. The legislation also called for a time of education in the last week of October.