A new report ranks Maryland the ninth worst state for retired living.
Sen. Verna Jones-Rodwell, a Democrat who has represented a Baltimore district for 15 years, will retire when her term ends in January.
Catherine Raggio, the secretary of Maryland’s Department of Disabilities, plans to retire at the end of this month after seven years in the position.
A heart doctor and Ivy League university president who also plays the saxophone and flute was named the next leader of the Smithsonian Institution on Monday, combining his love of the arts and sciences at the world’s largest museum and research complex.
The chief of the United States Park Police, who was once fired for publicly complaining about lack of staffing and funding, said Thursday that she plans to retire next month after more than three decades in law enforcement.
Lorraine Jackson hadn’t worked long as a jail cook before she experienced her first run-in with inmates trying to break out.
State Sen. Rob Garagiola has announced he is resigning.
Linebacker Rolando McClain is retiring from the NFL. This comes just shy of a month after he was arrested in Decatur, Ala., and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
It’s been 22 years since brothers Jimmy and Bobby Harsh joined the Maryland State Police, both earning awards and recognitions along the way. They celebrated their retirements with a joint party at the Potomac Fish and Game Club on Nov. 17.
This will be the last season for Ray Lewis.
The head of the Maryland attorney general’s civil rights office has announced he is retiring, a decision that comes in the aftermath of legal problems.
Belmont Stakes winner Union Rags has been retired because of a tendon injury in his left front leg.