Washington County is agreeing to help fund construction of a minor-league baseball stadium in downtown Hagerstown.
Increasing the state’s gas tax is a hugely unpopular idea but Governor Martin O’Malley says it needs to be done. To that end, he took his message to lawmakers Wednesday afternoon.
Hundreds gather to show support for disability funding in downtown Annapolis.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says President Barack Obama’s election-year budget has more money for the Environmental Protection Agency’s main program to restore the Chesapeake Bay, but other bay-related programs will see cuts.
School officials come hopes-in-hand to making funding requests for building improvements from the Board of Public Works.
The prospect of a gas tax hike this year stirs Marylanders to action. Demonstrations on both sides have already started.
Cumberland’s Canal Place tourism project is facing state funding questions after struggling for years to achieve its goals.
In a bid to stay competitive with other universities, four of Maryland’s historic black colleges are suing the state.
Attorneys arguing that Maryland’s history of racially-segregated higher education is ongoing used decades-old state reports to try to make their point as a federal trial begins.
The Smithsonian Institution is receiving a $52 million increase in funding from Congress for 2012, with the increase primarily devoted to building a museum on the National Mall devoted to black history.
Gov. Martin O’Malley, who opposes capital punishment, held a July meeting with two lawmakers and a death penalty opponent to discuss the possibility of ending funding for executions in the budget for the next fiscal year. But an O’Malley spokeswoman said Tuesday it is unlikely the governor will follow through with the idea.
More than 50 organizations across Maryland will be receiving state funding to fight violence against women.