In a late night vote, Anne Arundel County replaces its disgraced county executive, John Leopold.
The deadline was Friday, and 16 people have filed to be the next Anne Arundel County executive. This is all the result of John Leopold’s criminal conviction and resignation.
Prince George’s County officials may institute mandatory recycling if the county doesn’t hit self-imposed goals to improve recycling rates.
Some lanes on busy roads in Montgomery County would be converted to dedicated bus lanes under a proposal being considered.
Wicomico County officials have voted to shut down a newly opened transfer station in Salisbury.
The Montgomery County Board of Education has approved plans for $14.5 million in technology upgrades for schools across the district.
Members of the Anne Arundel County Council are hoping a new bill will keep taxpayers from footing the legal bill when officials are accused of misconduct. The timing is no coincidence considering the investigation into County Executive John Leopold.
Property taxes will go up 3.1 cents under Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold’s proposed $1.2 billion budget.
A new development in Anne Arundel County’s abuse of power controversy. After the police chief refused to testify about County Executive John Leopold, the deputy police chief agrees to take questions from the council instead.
An Anne Arundel County councilman stirs up controversy after he uses a racial slur in the council’s open session Thursday night.
The Anne Arundel County Council is deadlocked over a vote to appoint a replacement to a seat vacated by a convicted councilman.
More speed cameras are on their way to Baltimore County if the County Council approves a new contract this week.