Maryland Board Of Public Awards OKs $3.7M In Funding For Projects In Allegany & Caroline CountiesThe Maryland Board of Public Works signed off Wednesday on more than $3.7 million in funding for projects to upgrade two Allegany County water treatment plants and a sustainable energy project in Caroline County.
Maryland Lawmakers OK Bill To Compensate Wrongly ImprisonedMaryland lawmakers have approved legislation to change how the state compensates people who have been wrongly imprisoned for crimes they didn't commit.
Maryland Board Of Public Works Approves $250M Deal To Complete Purple LineThe governor's office said the negotiations "save Maryland taxpayers $550 million."
Board Of Public Works Approves Funding For Clean Water And The Chesapeake BayThe Maryland Board of Public Works approved Wednesday more than $167 million in funding in an effort to reduce pollution and improve water quality.
Board Of Public Works Approves Funding For Clean Water And The Chesapeake BayThe Maryland Board of Public Works approved more than $16 million in grants this week in an effort to reduce pollution and improve water quality.
Wrongfully-Convicted Md. Man Receiving Compensation: It's Not About The MoneyFive men wrongfully convicted of crimes in Maryland are receiving compensation from the state, almost $79,000 for each year they served in prison, totaling $9 million.
Maryland Board OKs $9M For 5 Wrongly Imprisoned MenThe men will be paid $78,916 for each year they were incarcerated.
Board Of Public Works Approves Funding For Clean Water And The Chesapeake BayThe Maryland Board of Public Works approved more than $1.4 million in grants Wednesday to reduce pollution and save energy. 
Panel On Modernizing Maryland Procurement Process to MeetA panel reviewing Maryland's process for awarding state contracts is scheduled to meet.
Maryland Board To Consider Abolishing 63 PositionsThe Maryland Board of Public Works is scheduled to consider abolishing 63 positions in the state's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
Md. Board OKs Plan To Address $410M Budget HoleMaryland state agencies will take a 2 percent across-the-board budget cut, and higher education will absorb an added $18 million cut as part of plan to fill a $410 million shortfall for the current fiscal year, according to a plan approved by a state board Wednesday.