More reaction to the $16.4 billion budget proposed by Governor Larry Hogan. Hogan’s plan is to close the state’s deficit and roll back taxes at the same time.
Metro says it may have to cut back service unless Washington-area jurisdictions increase their subsidies to the transit agency for next year.
Cuts to the nation’s food stamp program enacted this year are only affecting four states, far from the sweeping overhaul that Republicans had pushed, an Associated Press review has found.
Popular programs for city school students may get spared the budget ax after angry criticism from parents and lawmakers.
A proposal to eliminate some counseling jobs in Carroll County public schools is running into opposition.
More offseason changes for the Ravens. The team has cut veteran players Jameel McClain and Vonta Leach.
Citigroup Inc. says it plans to close a Hagerstown unit that employs about 650 people servicing home loans that have gone into default.
Officials at Joint Base Andrews near Washington say Defense Department budget cuts are prompting cancellation of a popular air show for the second consecutive year.
The Ravens make some cuts as they get ready for the Cleveland Browns game.
The Ravens begin their final round of cuts Saturday. Most notably, the team waived third year wide receiver Tandon Doss and tight end Matt Furstenburg.
Monday marks the first day of school for thousands of students in Maryland. But in Harford County, the new year brings two major changes, which parents and students are not happy about.
Budget cuts from Congress will soon reduce the number of free exhibitions on view each day at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington.