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.
A Maryland panel working on implementing federal health care reform has chosen the state employee health plan as a benchmark for other plans sold in the small group and individual markets for two years, starting in 2014.
A state-funded study concludes that conditions are favorable for a proposed hotel and conference center in downtown Frederick.
The Baltimore City Council has approved Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s proposed property tax cut legislation.
Police in Prince George’s County are announcing a new traffic safety initiative aimed at improving the quality of life in the county.
In a strange ending full of finger-pointing over failures, the Maryland General Assembly adjourned Monday at midnight after running out of time and failing to pass a key revenue plan needed to avoid hundreds of millions of dollars in budget cuts.
A Baltimore City Council committee has approved Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s proposed property tax cut that would mostly be paid for with slots revenue.
Fewer taxpayers would be affected by an income tax increase approved Monday under a House panel’s plan then one approved by the state Senate last week.
State lawmakers from Frederick County are reviving a proposal to charge jail inmates for intake processing and education.
While Gov. Martin O’Malley’s plan to protect transportation dollars from being used to fill state budget gaps remains unclear, lawmakers are moving forward with attempts to block access to the state’s languishing Transportation Trust Fund.
A state delegate from Baltimore is proposing the creation of a plan that would kick in whenever a Maryland child goes missing.