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.
Hogan Picks Nicole Williams To Replace Former Del. Tawanna Gaines Who Resigned Amid Wire Fraud ChargeGov. Larry Hogan has appointed Nicole Williams to the Maryland House of Delegates to replace former Delegate Tawanna Gaines, who resigned in October amid a wire fraud charge.
Gov. Hogan Says Maya Rockeymoore Cummings 'Dog Whistle White Nationalist' Comment About Him 'Not Worth Response'A spokesperson for the governor has asked Rockeymoore Cummings to apologize. So far, she is continuing to stand behind her comments.
Maryland Lawmakers, Officials, Union Meet On Staffing ShortagesState union employees told lawmakers Tuesday they are concerned that staff shortages — of about 2,600, according to a 2018 study — are causing safety issues, including some injuries, for employees at certain agencies.
Gov. Hogan Writing Book About Time As Governor, Fight Against CancerGovernor Larry Hogan is writing a book about politics, turmoil, and his life.
Maryland Governor Supports Impeachment Inquiry Into TrumpMaryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan says he supports an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, because he doesn't see any other way "to get the facts."
Debate Sparks Over Funding For Air Conditioning In Some Baltimore County Public SchoolsA debate has heated up over air conditioning in Baltimore County Public Schools between Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and Gov. Larry Hogan.
$27M Demolition Underway At Baltimore City Detention CenterThe Baltimore City Detention Center, where gang members once ruled, will be removed, but some of the building's historic architecture will be spared.
Post-Labor Day School Start Adds Millions To Economy, Study SaysThe State Comptroller's Office released a new study Thursday that they said shows that starting schools after Labor Day is good for the local economy.
'Let's Talk Real Solutions': Mosby 'Stunned' By Hogan's Latest Crime PlanA day after Gov. Larry Hogan called on the attorney general's office to prosecute more violent crime cases in an effort to make Baltimore safer, the city's state's attorney had harsh words for the governor's plan.
Maryland Opioid-Related Deaths Have Dropped In The Last Year, New State Figures ShowMaryland's opioid-related deaths have dropped in the last year, including those linked to fentanyl, new state figures released this week show.
September Is Underground Railroad Month In MarylandThe designation also highlights prominent Maryland abolitionists, including Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass.
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.