Poll: 67 Percent Support Hogan's Post-Labor Day School StartA new poll has found that while 54 percent of Maryland residents say an executive order should be used "rarely or never," 67 percent approved of Gov. Larry Hogan using one to start schools after Labor Day.
Gov. Larry Hogan Tours Old City Of JerusalemGov. Larry Hogan has toured the Old City of Jerusalem.
Maryland Governor Kicks Off Trade Mission to IsraelMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has started a week long trade mission to Israel.
Counsel: Hogan May Have Exceeded Authority on School Start Counsel in the Maryland attorney general's office says Gov. Larry Hogan may have exceeded his authority by using an executive order to require public schools to start after Labor Day.
Hogan to Host Daughter's Wedding at Governor's MansionGov. Larry Hogan's daughter is getting married at the governor's mansion.
Hogan Appoints Gerald Clark to Vacant Maryland House SeatGov. Larry Hogan has appointed Gerald Clark to a vacant seat in the Maryland House of Delegates.
Gov. Hogan Takes a Piece of Baltimore to IsraelGovernor Larry Hogan's cyber-tech trade mission to Israel features a Baltimore county company that takes technology to places it has never been before.
Gov. Hogan Will Travel to Israel on High Tech Trade MissionMaryland Governor Larry Hogan is traveling to Israel later this month as a part of his Open for Business campaign.
Treasurer and Governor Spar Over Post-Labor Day School StartGov. Larry Hogan and Treasurer Nancy Kopp are sparring over Hogan's executive order to start school after Labor Day.
Gov. Hogan's Approval Rating Continues to Soar, New Poll ShowsMaryland Governor Larry Hogan is holding his own in an otherwise tumultuous campaign season.
Ahead Of Hermine, Gov. Hogan Declares State of EmergencyIn anticipation of Tropical Storm Hermine, Governor Larry Hogan has declared a state of emergency for parts of Maryland.
Black Caucus Chair to Meet With Hogan on Medical MarijuanaGov. Larry Hogan will meet with the chair of the Legislative Black Caucus to discuss the shortage of black finalists to grow and process medical marijuana.