Former Maryland governor Robert Ehrlich Jr. is scheduled to be at events in New Hampshire this month.
Maryland’s eight members of Congress are expected to ward off lesser-known challengers following a sleepy primary season for the candidates in the heavily Democratic state.
Baltimore City’s plan to make the most of its waterfront gets a little more complicated.
Maryland voters weigh in on the latest state gaming controversy and a poll shows they are ready to vote.
Former Republican Gov. Bob Ehrlich is scheduled to headline a fundraiser for Rep. Roscoe Bartlett.
One million dollars. That’s the punishment from a federal judge against the man behind the controversial 2010 Election Night robocalls.
Maryland’s legislative leadership has announced a possible date for a special session to consider the expansion of gambling.
Some Maryland lawmakers are calling on Governor Martin O’Malley not to raise taxes.
Millions of dollars are on the chopping block. Critical funding for Maryland’s public schools and police departments is at risk if the state can’t work through its budget mess.
Maryland is on its way to becoming the first state to ban an arsenic additive in chicken feed, and a doubling of the state’s “flush tax” advanced in the state Senate as lawmakers spent a busy Saturday working on a wide variety of measures.
A Maryland House committee has approved doubling the state’s “flush tax” from $30 a year to $60 a year.
A proposed constitutional amendment would remove any state, county or municipal official from office at the finding of guilt, instead of when the official is sentenced.