Hogan Announces $10 Million In Grants To Fight Heroin, Opioid EpidemicGov. Larry Hogan announced grants that total $10 million to fight the heroin and opioid epidemic in Maryland in fiscal year 2020.
Anne Arundel County Schools Get $9.7M In Construction Contracts For 30 Schools, $800K To Go To Security VestibulesSome schools will be getting some new upgrades, as the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County approved more than $9.7 million in construction contracts for work at 30 schools across the county on Wednesday. 
Gov. Hogan Won't Spend $245M Set Aside By Lawmakers, Says State Must Be More Fiscally ResponsibleHogan said he will instead put that money toward balancing the budget and accounting for the legislature's new mandated spending, including funding for critical public safety and health programs.
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.
Mayor, Officials Present Funding Plan for Baltimore SchoolsBaltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and other elected officials announced a funding plan for Baltimore City Public Schools that would allocate roughly $180 million in city and state funds.
Dozens Call On Gov. Hogan to Restore $5M In Baltimore School FundingDozens take to the streets calling on Governor larry hogan to restore five million dollars in state funding for city school construction projects.
Community Leaders Hope To Revive City Post Riots With 'The Baltimore Act'In the two months since the Baltimore riots, money and resources are starting to arrive.
State Approves $30 Million Youth Jail For BaltimoreState officials have approved a $30 million, 60-bed jail to house Baltimore teenagers as adults.
Educators Ask Governor To Increase School FundingTeacher unions and community leaders across the state and here in Baltimore are pushing for Governor Larry Hogan to release critical education funding.
'Shark Tank' Holding Casting Call In DC This WeekendThink your small business might be the next big thing?
Developmentally Disabled To Push For More Maryland FundingAdvocates for the developmentally disabled are urging lawmakers to restore funding cut from the state budget.