A state Senate panel will hear testimony on a bill to expand collective bargaining rights to certain state employees.
The ink wasn’t even dry on a settlement with the nation’s top mortgage lenders when Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon laid claim to a chunk of the money to avert a huge budget cut for public colleges and universities.
Maryland senators are exploring broader cuts to the state budget due to resistance to some of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s tax proposals, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Tuesday.
Frederick County is taking issue with a ban on state highway road signs telling motorists that the county is “open for business.”
The man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 stopped and paused at a bookstore last fall in front of books on presidential assassinations and Reagan’s dispute with striking air traffic controllers.
In a bid to stay competitive with other universities, four of Maryland’s historic black colleges are suing the state.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is looking to reduce unnecessary rules from the state’s regulatory process in an effort to help spark job growth.
A Maryland state senator says the bankruptcy filing of Delaware’s Allen Family Foods is devastating news for his Eastern Shore district.
The Maryland State Board of Elections will take another look at signatures that were deemed invalid in a drive by the Libertarian Party and Green Party to have their candidates recognized on state ballots, an attorney for the board said Friday.
Time is running out for a bill to raise the alcohol tax to fund the disabled and schools.
A monument to Maryland’s secessionist state song and its writer will be rededicated Saturday in the Louisiana town where James Ryder Randall wrote “Maryland, My Maryland” 150 years ago.
Frostburg State University President Jonathan Gibralter is joining a federal task force that aims to curb binge drinking among college students.