Gov. Hogan To Allow $850M School Funding Bill To Become Law Without Signature, Puts $255M To Schools Gov. Hogan released $255 million in additional education funding for fiscal year 2020, he announced Wednesday.
Gov. Hogan Urges Action After Death Of Bald EaglesGovernor Hogan is weighing in on a new advisory after seven bald eagles and a great horned owl were poisoned to death.
City Leaders Plan To Introduce Reforms Monday As Controversy Surrounding Mayor Pugh ContinuesActing Mayor Jack Young carried out business as usual on Saturday despite the scandal rocking the mayor’s office.
Alderwoman Shaneka Henson Chosen To Fill Seat Held By Former House Speaker Michael BuschA panel has chosen an Annapolis alderwoman to fill a vacancy in the Maryland House of Delegates after the death of House Speaker Michael Busch earlier this month.
Baltimore Police Department Graduates 29 New OfficersThe newest members of the Baltimore Police Department graduated on Friday. The graduation followed a recent surge of violence in the city.
Md. General Assembly Ends In Joint Session, More Than 800 Pieces Of Legislation Await Gov. Hogan's SignatureThere are more than 800 pieces of legislation that passed the Maryland General Assembly this session, awaiting Gov. Larry Hogan's signature, while other pieces of legislation were left in the cold.
Mayor Pugh Intends To Return To Work When Her Health Permits, Spokesperson ConfirmsBaltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh remains on leave of absence and her spokesperson has confirmed that she intends to return to work when her health permits.
A Look At Measures Passed By The Maryland General AssemblyThe Maryland General Assembly's annual 90-day session ends Monday at midnight. Here's a look at some of the measures that have been passed to Gov. Larry Hogan's desk so far:
Gov. Hogan Vetoes Oyster Sanctuary BillMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has vetoed a bill that would establish five permanent oyster sanctuaries under state law.
Maryland Lawmakers Pass Bill Require Rape Kit TestsThe Maryland General Assembly has passed a measure to require rape kits to be tested.
'I Think She Needs To Come Clean,' More Buyers Emerge For Pugh's Children's Book SalesThe total for Pugh's children's book sales now approaches $700,000 from at least seven buyers.
'It Raises More Questions Than Ever,' Md. Elected Officials React To Mayor Pugh's Statement Surrounding 'Healthy Holly' DealElected Maryland officials reacted to Mayor Catherine Pugh's business dealings with the University of Maryland Medical System, a day after she delivered a statement surrounding the controversy.
House Overrides Gov. Hogan's Veto On School Start Bill, Other BillsThe Maryland House of Delegates overrode Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of a bill that lets local school boards decide whether school begins before or after Labor Day.
Construction On BW Parkway Set For Friday, Follows Push From Lawmakers And Drivers To Repair RoadsRoadwork to repair the Baltimore Washington Parkway is set to begin this weekend after a push from local lawmakers and drivers.
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.