Hogan Names Amelia Chassé Alcivar New Chief Of Staff Following Roy McGrath's ResignationMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has a new chief of staff two months after his former chief of staff resigned following revelations about a severance package he accepted when leaving another state job.
Poll: 71% Of Marylanders Approve Of Gov. Larry Hogan's Job So FarSeventy-one percent of Marylanders approve of the job Larry Hogan is doing as the governor, but 23 percent said they disapprove.
Maryland Leaders Wish Trump 'Speedy Recovery' After Positive Coronavirus TestMaryland lawmakers on Friday sent words of support and encouragement to President Donald Trump following the news he and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus.
Baltimore County High Schools Will Need $1.2B In Capital Improvements Over Next 7 Years, Report FindsBaltimore County's public high schools will likely need $1.2 billion in capital improvements over a seven-year period, an initial report analyzing the school system's infrastructure needs found.
Hogan Calls For Changes At Maryland Environmental Service Following 'Systemic Issues' Over Severance PayGov. Larry Hogan is calling for a number of changes at the Maryland Environmental Service a month after news broke that his then-chief of staff accepted a sizable severance package to leave the quasi-governmental agency to join the governor's office.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Can Enter Stage 3 Of Reopening, Gov. Hogan SaysGov. Larry Hogan announced during a press conference on Tuesday that Maryland can enter Stage 3 of its Roadmap to Recovery Plan on Friday.
'I Just Want My Life Back,' Arthur 'Mac' Love, Hogan Administration Employee Fired For Posts About Kenosha, Wisconsin Unrest, SaysOne of Gov. Larry Hogan's staffers who was fired over the weekend after social media posts he made about the unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin were deemed inappropriate spoke to the media for the first time Monday, saying he's considering pursuing legal action over his firing.
All Maryland Schools At Level Where Some In-Person Learning Could Happen Safely; Decisions Up To Local Leaders, Hogan SaysAll county school systems in Maryland are authorized to safely reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, though decisions will be made at the local level, Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday.
Hogan Appoints Paul Corderman To Maryland SenateGov. Larry Hogan has appointed Paul Corderman to a Maryland Senate seat in Washington County.
Hogan Offers Maryland's Support To Texas, Louisiana Ahead Of Hurricane Laura's LandfallMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has offered the state's support to Texas and Louisiana as Hurricane Laura nears landfall.
Gov. Hogan's New Chief Of Staff Roy McGrath Resigns After Severance Pay Package From Previous State Job Becomes PublicGovernor Larry Hogan's new chief of staff Roy McGrath resigned Monday, days after it was learned he accepted a severance package from another state job to join the governor's office.