Maryland’s health-exchange board voted to fire the state’s prime information technology contractor for Maryland’s defective health care exchange, the state’s health secretary told lawmakers Monday.
Maryland lawmakers try to get a handle on the troubled State Healthcare Exchange. They’ve already passed emergency legislation to help applicants stranded by the website.
Solving the bully problem with words, not fists. It’s what one Baltimore City school is doing thanks to a partnership with University of Maryland law students.
There’s disturbing new information about the Navy Yard shooter who killed 12 people in a rampage. Confidential medical files reveal doctors did not detect any mental health issues.
Uninsured Marylanders get another crack at health care coverage retroactive to Jan. 1.
The Maryland House of Delegates voted on Tuesday to provide health insurance retroactive to the first of the year for people who tried to enroll on the state’s online health exchange but couldn’t complete the process due to computer problems with a state website.
There’s no escaping the deep freeze. It was another day of bitter cold temperatures.
UPS may not be getting many Christmas cards from customers. For the first time, the world’s largest package delivery service says they were swamped by overwhelming demand.
A water main break in the city near the Harbor Tunnel is causing a few problems.
The National Park Service says it’s considering closing a leaky Chesapeake and Ohio Canal turning basin at the center of a state-owned tourism development in downtown Cumberland.
Maryland’s health care exchange is still not serving the people of Maryland. Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown is charged with overseeing the state’s affordable health care enrollment.
A raw sewage leak causes some problems in Sykesville.