Twenty-four hours of giving to those who need it most. A first of its kind fundraiser at the Maryland Live! Casino brings new life to nearly 200 nonprofit charities.
The state comptroller’s office is opening a treasure chest and inviting Marylanders to dig in.
Ford’s Theatre is reopening its doors and resuming performances with private funding, even though the government shutdown is continuing into a third week.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has reported raising nearly $500,000 for his political action committee from January to June.
Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s home in Arlington, Va., and Clara Barton’s downtown Washington office, where she ran an operation to search for missing Civil War soldiers, are among 24 sites around the nation’s capital competing for $1 million in historic preservation grants.
Hagerstown’s mayor is asking Gov. Martin O’Malley for $10 million to help build a new stadium for the minor-league Hagerstown Suns.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says he has $5.2 million in his campaign account.
A Georgetown University professor has launched an online fundraising effort to help a graduate student whose mother was killed in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
Grotech Ventures has been chosen to be the first private firm to receive funds through Maryland’s $84 million InvestMaryland program.
Maryland cities and towns will renew their push for more state money for road work and police in next year’s General Assembly, leaders of the Maryland Municipal League said Friday.
Ocean City’s finest homes are opening their doors to the public this week in an effort to raise money for the town’s art league.
Maryland’s state prosecutor says a verbal agreement has been reached to settle cases involving a lawmaker accused of using campaign funds to pay for wedding expenses and using state money to pay an employee in her private law firm.