The six states and the District of Columbia within the Chesapeake Bay watershed are on pace to restore the nation’s largest estuary, state and federal officials and environmentalists agreed Monday.
Construction of one of Maryland’s largest solar energy projects has begun at a state prison complex near Hagerstown.
The final year of Robert M. Bell’s tenure as chief judge of Maryland’s top court began Friday, when he turned 69 in a state where the constitution requires jurists to retire at 70.
Governor Martin O’Malley rolls out a budget with a price tag for Maryland families and local governments.
Washington’s mayor and the governors of Maryland and Virginia say they’re pleased with the safety improvements the Metro transit system has made over the past year.
More than 100 business leaders, educators and state officials will join Gov. Martin O’Malley’s trade mission to India, a trip the administration is touting as the largest in Maryland’s history and the first by a sitting Maryland governor.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has announced plans for the state’s first trade mission to India in late November.
If you’re looking for corn, cantaloupes, peaches and other fruits and vegetables this is your week. They’re hitting farm stands all across Maryland in a big way.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is headed to Salt Lake City for the National Governors Association’s semiannual meeting.
Should illegal immigrants living in Maryland be allowed in-state tuition breaks? The Maryland Assembly says yes, approving it this month.
A man on trial for sending Governor Martin O’Malley a threatening email is getting a groundswell of support.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says the state is ready to help retrain and retain steelworkers at the Sparrows Point plant near Baltimore.