The energy industry is hoping to shorten the three-year timetable for a state study of natural gas drilling prospects in western Maryland.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has appointed a panel to study the impact of potential natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale in western Maryland.
Members of a panel on legislative redistricting in Maryland discussed reducing the number of public hearings on redrawing the state’s congressional districts during their first public meeting on Wednesday.
The congressional subcommittee that oversees the District of Columbia has called Mayor Vincent Gray to testify about his budget proposal, an unusual move that angered some D.C. leaders who say the city should be allowed to make its own spending decisions.
The O’Malley administration put out new estimates of the likely rise in Maryland ratepayers’ electric bills under his offshore wind energy proposal as a Senate committee took a look at the plan Tuesday.
It could be history. Maryland is one step closer to allowing gay marriage, but still has a way to go before becoming official.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a Maryland law restricting the attire and conduct of performers in strip clubs is unconstitutional.
An independent panel is now reviewing security at Johns Hopkins Hospital so it can keep its accreditation in the wake of a shooting on campus that wounded a doctor.