Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Releases $4.2B Budget For FY22, Prioritizes Education And COVID-19 RecoveryBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski released a $4.2 billion budget for fiscal year 2022, prioritizing education and the county's coronavirus recovery.
Here's How Maryland Will Use Federal COVID Relief Funding To Help Struggling Residents, BusinessesGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday a bipartisan-supported plan to use the $3.9 billion Maryland is expected to receive from the federal government to help recover after the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore City Council Approves Millions In Cuts To BPD Units Amid Nationwide Calls To Defund PoliceThe Baltimore City Council on Monday approved budget cuts for certain Baltimore Police Department units amid a nationwide call for cities to reduce police spending.
Hogan Urges Congressional Leaders To Oppose Bay Funding CutsMaryland's governor is urging congressional leaders to oppose cuts to Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts in President Donald Trump's budget.
Baltimore City Council & Mayor Catherine Pugh Agree On School BudgetAfter hundreds of students and teachers voiced concerns about education the Baltimore City Council and the mayor have agreed on a budget.
Ocean City: A Getaway You Can Enjoy On A BudgetA trip to the Eastern Shore can be affordable if you plan it out right And take advantage of the free activities all summer long.
Chesapeake Bay Program Funding Preserved in Budget DealA $1.1 trillion budget bill that would keep the federal government running through September fully funds the program that has coordinated Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts for decades.
President's Budget Poses Concerns About Future Of Chesapeake BaySome major cuts being proposed by President Trump could have a huge impact in Maryland.
Trump Budget Plan Draws Some Criticism From Md. LawmakersMaryland Democrats on Thursday voiced their displeasure with the Trump administration's budget proposals, citing federal cuts to Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts, the Appalachian Regional Commission and the National Institutes of Health.
'No New Taxes, No Cuts To Services'; Gov. Hogan Outlines 2018 BudgetMaryland Governor Larry Hogan announced his fiscal year 2018 budget plan on Tuesday.
Mayor Fires Back As Threat of City Shutdown LoomsA threat to gridlock Baltimore’s budget and shutdown city services brings a strong response from the mayor.
Hogan Outlines Across-The-Board Agency CutsGov. Larry Hogan has outlined the specifics in his cost-savings plan to cut 2 percent from state agencies across the board, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press on Friday outlining the specifics.
Maryland Analyst Says Revenues Above ProjectionsMaryland revenues ended up being about $200 million above projections for the last fiscal year, a top state budget analyst said Friday.
Metro Calls For Service Cuts To Add More Blue Line TrainsMetro is proposing cutting service on four rail lines so that it can add more trains and reduce wait times on the crowded blue line.
House GOP Measure Would Cut Amtrak By $242MLegislation that would cut Amtrak's budget by $242 million was working its way through the House, though there's new funding for video cameras inside locomotive cabs to record train engineers to help investigators get to the bottom of crashes such as last month's deadly derailment in Philadelphia.