A state commission on natural gas drilling is taking a look at the regulatory landscape.
A new ethics panel of seven state senators will consider posting Maryland lawmakers’ financial disclosure statements online and establishing sanctions that could include fines for ethical transgressions, the panel’s chairman said Friday during the group’s first meeting.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is inviting citizens to a meeting in Myersville about a proposed natural-gas compressor station.
The National Institutes of Health is seeking public views on the future of its animal center near Poolesville.
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is among the featured speakers at a conference in Hanover on cyber security in Maryland.
The energy industry is hoping to shorten the three-year timetable for a state study of natural gas drilling prospects in western Maryland.
Stink bugs are hard on grapes, but they apparently don’t affect the flavor of wine.
The Chesapeake Bay Program’s Executive Council meets next week for its annual meeting and efforts to meet tough, new pollution reduction goals are on the agenda.
A state commission voted Thursday to seek an attorney general’s opinion on whether Maryland law would allow the state to reduce cost-of-living adjustments for retirees.
The debate is heating up in Maryland over plans to raise tolls along our highways.
The Frederick County Commissioners are adding an opening prayer to their public meetings.
Judges from around Maryland are gathering in Annapolis for their annual conference.