Gov. Hogan Appoints Maryland's First Education Inspector General Richard P. Henry To Serve As 'Schools Watchdog'Governor Larry Hogan appoints Richard P. Henry as the state's first Inspector General for Education. 
Opioid Prescriptions Down 22 Percent In Maryland Since 2017, Governor Hogan SaysGovernor Hogan announced a decline in opioid prescriptions. Hogan said prescriptions are down 22 percent since 2017.  
Gov. Larry Hogan Focused On Stopping Violence That's 'Destroying Baltimore City' In His State Of The State AddressHogan's top priority is addressing the violent crime he said is "destroying Baltimore City."
New Bills Could Help Maryland's Military Families Find Jobs, Get Tax-Relief And Pay For Some In-State TuitionNew legislation announced on Wednesday aims to give even greater benefits to those who have fought for our nation.
Gov. Hogan Appoints New Member To Maryland Transportation Authority BoardGovernor Larry Hogan has appointed Cynthia Penny-Ardinger as the newest member of the Maryland Transportation Authority Board. 
Gov. Hogan Sets Sight On 100 Percent Clean Energy In MarylandIn Baltimore and across the country, young people are rallying for clean energy, and Governor Larry Hogan is getting a first-hand look at a plant that produces it.
'I Have Been Blessed' | Amid Cancer Battle, Senate President Mike Miller Reflects On Time In Maryland State HouseRecent health challenges are forcing Senate President Mike Miller to step down and focus on family, friends and life.
Governor Hogan Announces Two Judicial AppointmentsGovernor Hogan announced Tuesday Magistrate Bibi Berry and Michael McAuliffe as judicial appointees for the Circuit Court of Montgomery County. 
Ceremony Held In Annapolis To Honor Victims Of Drunk Driving CrashesMillions of people will be on the highways for the Thanksgiving holiday, making this a timely reminder to be sober behind the wheel. 
Mayor Young Calls On Agencies To Cut Budgets Ahead Of Proposed Kirwan Commission Funding FormulaThe proposed funding formula presented by the Kirwan Commission calls for Baltimore, like jurisdictions statewide, to increase its share of education funding.
Gov. Hogan Issues First Paroles For Juvenile LifersFor the first time in 24 years, individuals sentenced to life in a correctional facility for crimes they committed before turning 18 are being paroled by a Maryland governor.