Gov. Larry Hogan met with his top housing official Monday to express disappointment in the secretary’s comments about landlord liability in lead paint cases, a spokesman said, but the official will remain on the job after 30 lawmakers called for his resignation.
“I’m not going to resign. That’s not what Baltimoreans do. When times get tough we hunker down and get busy and that’s what I’m doing,” Rawlings-Blake said.
Rachel Dolezal claimed to be an African American woman, though her parents say she’s not.
The head of the State Highway Administration has resigned to spend more time with her family.
The Maryland Democratic Party’s chairwoman is resigning to spend more time with family.
Disgraced rabbi Barry Freundel is stepping down from his post at Towson University.
A call to resign. The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland has asked Bishop Heather Cook to step down from her position. Cook faces a slew of charges following the hit and run crash that killed cyclist and Baltimore man Tom Palermo.
Towson University’s President, Maravene Loeschke has announced that she is resigning from her position effective Friday, Dec. 19 due to health concerns.
Eric Holder, America’s first black attorney general and an unflinching champion of civil rights in enforcing the nation’s laws, announced his resignation Thursday after leading the Justice Department since the first days of President Barack Obama’s term. He is the fourth-longest-serving attorney general in U.S. history.
The president and secretary of the Maryland State Youth Soccer Association have resigned as part of a temporary resolution to a lawsuit filed by the association’s board accusing them of trying to usurp the organization.
Fourteen states and the District of Columbia told the federal government they could run their own health insurance exchanges, but three people leading their states’ exchanges have now left following problem-plagued rollouts of the online marketplaces.
The official in charge of Maryland’s glitch-ridden health exchange is stepping down.