Maryland Judge Rules Large Oil Shipment Records Are PublicA Maryland judge has ruled records describing large oil shipments by rail subject to disclosure under the Maryland Public Information Act.
Md. Court: Police Misconduct Records Can Be Kept From PublicMaryland's highest court has ruled that documents related to internal police investigations of officers are exempt from the state's public information act, even when complaints are sustained.
Prince George's County Schools CFO SuspendedThe chief financial officer for the Prince George's County public schools has been placed on administrative leave after the Maryland Insurance Administration found he had committed insurance fraud.
Competition Boosting Breakfast In Maryland SchoolsHigher test scores, better attendance rates and a boost in graduation numbers begin with one word: breakfast. This week, the state launched its Breakfast Challenge to get more students eating the most important meal of the day.
Hogan To Use Public Financing In Governor's RaceRepublican Larry Hogan will use public campaign finance money for his general election run for governor of Maryland, a move that will effectively tap out the state's fund unless it is replenished, a state elections board official said Wednesday.
Edgar Allan Poe House To Reopen On WeekendsBaltimore's Edgar Allan Poe House may not be open forevermore just yet, but the shuttered dwelling where the famed author and poet lived from 1833-1835 will once again open its doors to the public.
Study Of Upgrades For Lexington Market UnderwayA study of how to improve Baltimore's historic Lexington Market is underway.
National Zoo Asks Public To Vote To Name Panda CubThe National Zoo is asking the public to help name its female giant panda cub by voting for one of five Mandarin Chinese names.
Firm Goes Public With Sustainable Infrastructure
Lt. Gov. Brown To Discuss Health Enterprise ZonesLt. Gov. Anthony Brown will be holding a public forum on an initiative to try to improve health care in underserved areas.
Public To See Some Lacrosse Slaying EvidenceThe public will have an opportunity to view some evidence from the trial of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend.
Baltimore's Newest Public Park Set To OpenWith all its attractions, Baltimore's Inner Harbor was still missing something. That void has now been filled, with the city's newest public park.