For once, Gov. Martin O’Malley got a pleasant surprise from Comptroller Peter Franchot at the start of a Board of Public Works meeting.
Millions of dollars in online sales go untaxed every year in Maryland. Now the state wants Internet retailers to collect the taxes from online customers.
Congress gets closer to bringing sales tax to the Internet, and that could bring millions to the state of Maryland. How many millions?
There are estimates that 20-30 percent of us wait till the last minute to file our taxes.
It’s crunch time. Tax Day is Monday and thousands of Marylanders have yet to file their income taxes.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot joined Ed & Steve to try to clarify the Towson baseball situation.
The man who writes the checks has signed onto a bill that would put a police officer in every Maryland public school.
Two state senators are questioning travel expenses incurred by Comptroller Peter Franchot to distribute four kinds of awards. But Franchot says he believes the motivation for their inquiries is political rather than fiscal stewardship.
With just three shopping days left until Christmas, Comptroller Peter Franchot is asking shoppers to share the wealth.
Mounting speculation over the 2014 governor’s race raises the question: Will voters see Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on the ballot?
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot says he will seek re-election as comptroller instead of running for governor in 2014.
A Maryland board has approved a $149,000 contract to hire a contractor to study the state’s procurement process for contracts.