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.
A Hagerstown attorney has agreed to be disbarred after a state commission found that he diverted $82,000 in client funds for personal use.
Maryland’s health department wants medical providers to know federal money is available for them, if they implement or upgrade technology for medical health records.
Washington County officials are putting $800,000 in county funds toward a senior center project at Hagerstown Community College.
Marriott hotels in D.C., Maryland and Virginia are helping to raise funds to restore the National Mall.
The Baltimore Child Abuse Center is urging all Marylanders to help the organization further its critical mission of preventing child sexual abuse in the state by voting for BCAC through Chase Bank’s Chase Community Giving program.
The chairman of the House committee that oversees the District of Columbia said Thursday that he’s open to giving district leaders more freedom to spend their local tax dollars, a prospect that pleased D.C. officials who have been advocating for years for greater budget autonomy.
The Maryland Governor’s Grants Office has released a report on federal money that comes to state agencies.
Laura Bush is joining a major effort to raise hundreds of million dollars from corporations and individual donors to restore the National Mall in Washington.
The Washington area’s Metro transit system will receive $150 million in federal funds for safety upgrades under the budget deal agreed to by Congressional leaders last week.
The city of Cumberland is getting a federal grant to restore eight firefighter jobs it cut two years ago.
State Sen. Ulysses Currie’s campaign treasurer has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $150,000 from the senator’s campaign.