All day passes and online payments are being considered under a five-year transportation plan adopted by Allegany County commissioners.
Maryland officials will submit a plan to the federal government aimed at allowing them to hang onto about $1 billion in Medicare reimbursements received under a unique agreement with Washington, the chairman of a panel that sets hospital billing rates told lawmakers Tuesday.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has proposed spending $1.5 million to study using hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas from the Marcellus Shale in western Maryland.
Frederick city officials are hoping to restore the shine to a tarnished retail strip known locally as the Golden Mile.
Fisheries regulators vote Friday on whether to cut the size of the legal catch of the environmentally important menhaden, an oily fish prized for use in dietary supplements, cosmetics and animal feed.
The minor league Hagerstown Suns are pitching a cheaper alternative to a downtown stadium plan that got trashed by city voters.
Outdated, overcrowded, and flat out unacceptable. That’s how many people describe Baltimore City Public School buildings. But Tuesday, city leaders announced a billion dollar plan to change that.
The Baltimore school system has announced plans to close 26 school buildings in the next 10 years. The city’s school system announced the “10-year plan” on Tuesday.
A judge in Frederick County has dismissed a lawsuit against New Market over its master plan. Frederick County Circuit Judge Theresa M. Adams filed an order Wednesday dismissing the suit filed by the Friends of Frederick County.
A Korean-American church based in Silver Spring has won approval from the Frederick County Planning Commission for an 800-seat worship center near Sugarloaf Mountain, despite opposition from nearby residents.
The District of Columbia has submitted a plan to close 20 schools and send students from those schools to other campuses.
Lawyers representing farm groups and home builders asked a judge to block a federal plan to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, arguing that it tramples on state’s rights and uses erroneous data to set pollution limits.