Bystanders and upstanders may be one way to win the battle on bullying at Maryland schools.
An attorney for a Maryland state trooper who documented allegations that Attorney General Douglas Gansler ordered troopers to drive recklessly says his client is under investigation in another matter.
The government of a Delaware beach town is warning homeowners that they can face penalties if underage drinking or other offenses occur inside their homes after a photo surfaced of gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Doug Gansler at a senior week party.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says he’s had a “rough week” in his campaign for governor and that he’s been the victim of “character assassination.”
Attorney General Doug Gansler is now steering the conversation away from the politics and into the topic of responsible parenting.
Maryland Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler is in hot water again. This time it centers around his actions at a party where underage drinking may have taken place.
Maryland Attorney Doug Gansler has paid a speeding ticket, amid highly publicized reports about how Maryland State Police say he directed them to drive him and his own use of a state vehicle.
Gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler is opposing development on part of the University of Maryland Golf Course, because he says it would pave what now serves as the community’s main green space, recreational amenity and environmental habitat.
Maryland candidates for governor are telling the state’s teachers some of their plans for improving education.
The candidates for governor in Maryland’s Democratic primary are no the campaign trail. But are voters paying attention? A new poll suggests there’s a lot of ground to cover.
A former Republican congressman from the Eastern Shore is endorsing Delegate Heather Mizeur, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor next year.
The Maryland State Police are criticizing Attorney General Doug Gansler for calling the commander of the executive protection section a “henchman” of Gov. Martin O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.