Painting a national picture with a Maryland brush. Former Governor Bob Ehrlich has written a book on today’s political and social culture.
A Maryland lawyer is accused of taking bribes in exchange for votes. The trial continued Tuesday as defense attorneys claim their own client is unintelligent but not dishonest.
A gas tax increase got another airing in the General Assembly Tuesday. Members of key House committees were briefed on the makings of a jobs creation package Governor Martin O’Malley intends to win approval for next year.
Maryland’s congressional redistricting process this year has shown it’s getting harder for Democrats to make gains against Republicans in the state’s eight seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Marylanders dissatisfied with the way Washington is working are demanding jobs and signing what they call a contract for the American Dream.
An Anne Arundel County councilman has been charged in federal court with failing to file a tax return.
Defenders of traditional marriage join together to counter Governor Martin O’Malley’s attempt to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland.
A spokeswoman for Gov. Martin O’Malley says he will announce what role he will play in advocating same-sex marriage legislation in Maryland by the end of the week.
His was a life spent in the public eye. Barrels of ink and years of broadcast time were devoted to covering his ideas.
City Hall is full of emotion Tuesday night as friends and strangers pay their respects to William Donald Schaefer. People started lining up Tuesday morning just to have a final moment with the former governor and mayor. His funeral will be held Wednesday morning.
It will be a funeral fit for a king. More information has been released about the services for former Governor and Mayor William Donald Schaefer.
William Donald Schaefer had the ability to think big and, at the same time, worry about the small details of city life, like getting potholes filled. His public service motto was “Get it done,” and boy, did he.