Former state Sen. Clarence M. Mitchell III has died.
The Senator Theatre’s owners will receive a $300,000 tax credit to rehabilitate the movie house.
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin is visiting one of the oldest Jewish temples in Maryland during a campaign swing through the western part of the state.
Closing arguments begin in the federal case against a powerful Maryland senator accused of taking bribes from a chain of grocery stores.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin will be holding a hearing this week on nutrient pollution of waterways nationwide.
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There were opening arguments Tuesday in the federal corruption trial of a prominent Maryland politician accused of taking bribes from a grocery store chain.
A federal judge has ordered the temporary return of an indicted state senator’s passport so he can attend a conference in Canada.
A Maryland state senator says the bankruptcy filing of Delaware’s Allen Family Foods is devastating news for his Eastern Shore district.
The field of candidates for mayor of Baltimore grows, as City Clerk of Courts Frank Conaway declares his intention to run. At the same time, the incumbent mayor gets a powerful endorsement.
Maryland’s senators are announcing $300 million for traffic improvements related to military base realignment.
The park where Sen. Ben Cardin and environmentalists gathered Monday to report on lawn fertilizer’s harmful effects on the Chesapeake Bay made the point for them: the lawn includes a grassy patch on a pier jutting over the harbor where any excess fertilizer threatens to run into the harbor and help fuel oxygen-robbing algae growing in the water.