Baltimore's Mayor, Police Commissioner Meet With Gov. Larry Hogan On City's Violent CrimeMayor Jack Young, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and Governor Larry Hogan met in the governor's downtown office in Baltimore Friday to discuss violent crime in the city.
Maryland To Invest Nearly $10M In Rural Broadband ExpansionThe state of Maryland is making available nearly $10 million for efforts to bring reliable and affordable internet service to residents of rural communities.
There Have Been More Mass Shootings Than Number Of Days In 2019 So Far, Nonprofit Data FindsThe nonprofit "Gun Violence Archive" has been compiling data on mass shootings, and the group found there have been more mass shootings than the number of days so far in 2019.
Gov. Hogan Appears On Late Night With Seth MeyersGovernor Larry Hogan will appear on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday.
Maryland Gov Announces $5M In Heritage Tourism GrantsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan's administration has announced a total of $5 million in grants to support tourism projects in the state.
Defense Electronics Firm To Put Headquarters In MarylandA company that produces electronics for the aerospace and defense industry is planning a new headquarters in Germantown, Maryland.
'It Was An Incredible Experience' | State Officials, NAACP Leaders Backing DC-Baltimore Maglev Train Proposition Pointing To New Job OpportunitiesFrom Baltimore to Washington D.C. in 15 minutes, that's the speed of the Maglev train.
Hogan Blasts Consulting Salary Of Former Baltimore County Interim Superintendent Verletta WhiteGov. Larry Hogan took to Twitter Wednesday to show his disapproval of an "exorbitant" contract between Baltimore County Schools and former interim superintendent Verletta White.
New Tax Credit Program In Maryland Looks To Revitalize Small Film IndustryA new tax credit program is aiming to revitalize the small film industry in Maryland.
Maryland School Safety Training To Soothe Traumatized KidsThe Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention is providing training in Baltimore on how to minimize the impact of traumatic events on students.
'It's Quite An Achievement' | City Of Baltimore Reaches Milestone In Redevelopment ProjectIt's the 4,000th property demolished as part of a city and state partnership to demolish Baltimore's blighted buildings.
Olivia Paregol's Family 'Thankful' For Hogan's Call For Investigation Into Adenovirus Outbreak At UMDThe family of a University of Maryland student killed last year in an adenovirus outbreak that sickened dozens said they are thankful for Gov. Larry Hogan's call for an investigation into the university's handling of the outbreak.
Gonzales Poll Shows Gov. Hogan Trails President Trump In Hypothetical Match UpA new poll is out focusing on Gov. Larry Hogan and President Donald Trump.
Gov. Hogan Signs Reform Bill After Jordan McNair's Death Last YearMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed a measure to implement reforms requiring more transparency at the University of Maryland Board of Regents after its handling of University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair's death last year.
Gov. Hogan Signs UMMS Board Reforms Into Law Gov. Larry Hogan signed legislation to overhaul the University of Maryland Medical System board of directors, in response to business dealings within the board the prompted public outcry last month.