Stepping down. Disgraced Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold resigns just days after he was found guilty of misconduct in office.
Natwar M. Gandhi, who has overseen the District of Columbia’s finances since the dark days of the 1990s when the city was under federal control, announced his resignation Friday as the district’s chief financial officer.
The chief of the Myersville Volunteer Fire Company is stepping down after less than a year on the job, citing a dispute with fire company administrators over financial records and a company roster.
The outgoing Prince George’s County schools superintendent is being released from his contract early.
Principal turnover at D.C. public schools reportedly continues to be higher than at some suburban school districts in the metro area.
Less than a month after being placed on leave, the president of University of Maryland University College (UMUC) suddenly and mysteriously announces she’s stepping down.
Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold has hardly shunned the spotlight since he was indicted March 2 on charges of misusing his police detail for personal and political gain.
Ocean City’s tourism director has announced she is resigning after six years on the job.
The chief of the Salisbury Fire Department has announced he is resigning to pursue personal and professional interests.
A D.C. councilmember charged with stealing more than $350,000 in government funds and filing false tax returns announced his resignation Thursday and plans to plead guilty, bringing an end to one of several recent scandals that have plagued District of Columbia government.
Washington Mayor Vincent Gray’s deputy chief of staff has resigned.
The wife of former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson has returned to work at the county council.