Maryland Governor To Wave Green Flag At Coca-Cola 600Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has a new gig for Memorial Day weekend.
Drug 100 Times More Powerful Than Heroin Responsible for Multiple Deaths in Md.A new drug, 100 times more powerful than heroin, is finding its way onto Maryland streets.
Gov. Larry Hogan's Father Suffered Massive Stroke Saturday, Spokesperson SaysGovernor Larry Hogan's father suffered a massive stroke on Saturday, a spokesman confirms.
Email on Hogan Fundraising Solicitation Prompts ComplaintThe Maryland Democratic Party is complaining about a fundraising email for Gov. Larry Hogan sent during the legislative session, but Hogan's campaign treasurer says the complaint is "baseless."
Maryland Senate Panel OKs Ban on FrackingA ban on the hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in Maryland has moved a step closer to approval.
A Slap In The Face(book): Comments Deleted, Some Banned From Gov. Hogan's PageSome Marylanders are feeling like they've gotten a slap in the Facebook, after being kicked off Governor Hogan's page.
Report: Comments Deleted, Facebookers Banned From Gov.'s Page For Anti-Trump PostsComments were deleted and at least three people say they were banned from posting on Gov. Larry Hogan's Facebook page for anti-Trump posts.
Hogan Focuses On Economic Issues in State of the StateMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is highlighting economic concerns in his third State of the State speech.
Maryland Governor Proposes Sweeping Ethics ReformsGov. Larry Hogan, citing fraud and bribery scandals allegedly involving state and local officials, has proposed broad reforms that target conflicts of interest and corruption.
Hogan Touts Used Book Deliveries To Schools, More PlannedGov. Larry Hogan is announcing the expansion of a state program that has delivered more than 25,000 donated books and school supplies.
Bills Designed to Provide Justice for VictimsGovernor Hogan unveiled bills Thursday designed to provide harsher penalties for offenders and better treatment for victims.
Gonzales Poll: 74% Of Marylanders Approve Of Hogan, 56% Have Unfavorable View Of TrumpA new poll says 74 percent of Maryland voters approve of Governor Hogan, while 56 percent have an unfavorable attitude towards Donald Trump.