More People Falling Victim To Fraudulent Tax ReturnsA warning for all Maryland taxpayers, as thousands of fraudulent tax returns are being filed, as the state's comptroller office is trying to stop any illegal activity and is putting out a warning for the third time this tax season.
Comptroller Seeks Power to Combat Tax FraudLegislation supported by Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and Gov. Larry Hogan would give new powers to the comptroller's office to combat tax fraud.
One Md. School Will Be Cool This Summer; Getting A/CThere's been a break in the heated argument between the city and the state over air conditioning in city schools.
Comptroller Franchot Warns Citizens to Be Wary of Phone ScamsComptroller Peter Franchot warns citizens to be wary of a new phone scam aiming to scare people into paying money for tax bills.
Gov. Hogan Announces That Md. Schools Will Open After Labor DayGov. Larry Hogan has announced that Maryland's public schools will open their doors after Labor Day in future school years.
Comptroller Franchot, Lt. Gov Tour Peabody Heights BreweryPeabody Heights Brewery got a visit from Comptroller Peter Franchot on Saturday.
Comptroller Calls For Review Of $37M Jail Food ContractThe state comptroller called for an attorney general review over a flawed $37 million food contract for Baltimore detention facilities.
Maryland Revenue Estimates UnchangedNew revenue estimates for the state of Maryland won't require a downward adjustment of projections, but there aren't any extra dollars, either.
Comptroller To Visit Site Of New Frederick High SchoolComptroller Peter Franchot is scheduled to tour the site of the new Frederick High School.
Franchot Campaigning To Delay School OpeningMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is planning to launch a petition drive to persuade lawmakers to delay the opening of public schools until after Labor Day.
Md. Board Cuts $77M From State BudgetGov. Martin O'Malley plans to submit nearly $80 million in state budget cuts to the Board of Public Works.
Md. Panel Recommends Post-Labor Day School StartThe summer travel season kicks off in just a few days and it's expected to be one of the biggest in years. Now there's a new plan to extend summer vacation for Maryland public schools. It's getting cheers from students and it could bring big money to the state.