Gov. Hogan To Host Holiday Open House At Governor's MansionGov. Larry Hogan and First Lady Yumi Hogan will welcome Marylanders into the Governor’s Mansion next weekend for the Holiday Open House event.
Gubernatorial Candidate Rushern Baker Pledges To Live, Work Most Of The Year In Baltimore City If ElectedFormer Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker said Friday that if he's elected governor, he would spend most of the year living and working in Baltimore City.
Maryland Awards More Than $9 Million In Tax Credits To Revitalize Six Historic BuildingsAwardees include the historic Wilkins Rogers Mill in Ellicott City and a large home near the Maryland State House in Annapolis, as well as two buildings in Baltimore and two in Hagerstown.
Panel Recommends Dereck Davis To Be New Maryland TreasurerThe treasurer holds one of three seats on the state’s powerful Board of Public Works.
State, Anne Arundel Leaders Tour Annapolis For Small Business SaturdayBaltimore wasn't the only place celebrating Small Business Saturday. State and local leaders were in Annapolis Saturday to take a tour downtown.
‘Asian Americans Across This Country Are Under Attack’ Maryland Takes Action To Address Discrimination, Hate Crimes That Surged During PandemicThe actions announced fall into three main categories: enhanced safety and enforcement measures, increased access to community resources and additional tools for educators and students.
Gov. Hogan Appoints Maryland's First Chief Privacy Officer, Chief Data OfficerThe appointments are the result of executive orders that Hogan signed earlier this year at the Annapolis Cybersecurity Summit. 
Maryland Named By Feds For Rental Money Distribution RateMaryland failed to reach a federal benchmark early this fall for distributing COVID-19 relief funds it received for rent to tenants in danger of eviction, according to the U.S. Treasury Department. Gov. Larry Hogan’s office dismissed any threat of losing money and said payments are moving at a good clip.
Man Shot In Annapolis, Police SayPolice are investigating after a man was shot Friday afternoon in Annapolis.
Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley Wins Second Term After Steven Strawn Concedes RaceBuckley said his opponent, Steven Strawn, conceded the race Wednesday. 
Annapolis’ Expanded Outdoor Dining Program Ends for Some Still Have Expanded SpaceThe extended outdoor dining program in Annapolis that started during the pandemic has now come to an end and some restaurant owners aren’t happy about it.