The mayor insisted she would not surrender the city to a band of what she called “thugs.” She is calling for calm and peace. The police commissioner is insisting that parents get involved and help.
Maryland’s lawmakers said Friday that they will work to boost funding for education in the state budget above the amount Gov. Larry Hogan has proposed.
Maryland officials will be discussing efforts to help unaccompanied immigrant youth who are fleeing violence in Central America.
America’s Catholic bishops have a new leader, even as they adjust to having a new pope.
Educators and business leaders are holding a meeting to talk about how to create a greater chance for students to achieve success in the workplace.
Some are now expressing growing frustrations with the nation’s leaders. A slew of recent polls show congressional approval ratings at an all-time-low.
When it comes to the family budget, the cost of gasoline is as volatile as the fuel itself. In Annapolis, legislators have now taken up a bill to increase the gas tax for the first time in 20 years.
The trauma of the Newtown school massacre has evolved into various calls for action, some right here in Maryland.
Could this be the year of repeal? Governor Martin O’Malley sets the stage for another history-making legislative session. He expects lawmakers to repeal the death penalty in Maryland.
The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates is holding a forum to hear from business leaders.
According to a new study, It turns out that leaders actually report less anxiety and stress than non-leaders.
National studies show that those who text and drive are 23 percent more likely to get in a crash. School leaders from across the state are getting that message loud and clear.