Hogan To Declare 'Cancer Screen Week'Gov. Larry Hogan is issuing a proclamation to declare the first week of December as "Cancer Screen Week."
Governor Hogan To Join State Police In Memorial For Impaired Driving Crash VictimsGovernor Larry Hogan will join Maryland State Police in the 14th annual Maryland Remembers memorial service.
Governor Hogan Proposes Alternative Paid Sick Leave BillMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is proposing a new paid sick leave bill.
Port of Baltimore Handling More Cargo Than Any Previous YearThe Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore has handled 8,019,919 tons of general cargo at its public marine terminals through the first nine months of 2017.
Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Releases Strategy On Opioid CrisisGubernatorial Candidate Ben Jealous has released a 12-page proposal on how to fight against the crisis of heroin and opioid addiction.
Gubernatorial Candidate Jim Shea Proposes Multi-billion-Dollar Education Plan Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Jim Shea has released a 21-page proposal to change Maryland's education system, starting with expanded parental care to on-the-job training.
Maya Rockeymoore Cummings Joins Race For Maryland GovernorMaya Rockeymoore Cummings is jumping into the race for governor.
Possible Last Meeting For Baltimore's Criminal Justice Coordinating CouncilBaltimore's Criminal Justice Coordinating Council may be holding their final meeting on Wednesday.
Gov. Larry Hogan Directs National Guard To Help Puerto RicoMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is making national guard resources available to help Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Hogan Moves Cabinet Member In Confirmation DisputeGov. Larry Hogan has moved a Cabinet secretary to another job to restore her pay, after a dispute with the state Senate over her ability to serve without confirmation.
Along With Baltimore, PG Co. Vies For Amazon's 2nd HeadquartersA cross-state showdown is unfolding as another area enters the bid to bring Amazon's new headquarters to Maryland.
Maryland Governor Offers $500M To DC Area Transit SystemMaryland's governor has offered to give an extra $500 million to help fund the D.C. region's public transportation system if Virginia, Washington and the federal government do the same.