Hit Hard By The Pandemic, Maryland's Child Care Center Ask Lawmakers For HelpHundreds of child care centers across Maryland have shuttered since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rosenbaum Drops Out Of Maryland Governor's RaceDemocrat Mike Rosenbaum announced Tuesday he is dropping out of the Maryland governor’s race.
Monique Anderson-Walker Joins Franchot's Ticket In Maryland Gubernatorial RaceMaryland Comptroller and gubernatorial hopeful Peter Franchot has tapped a Prince George's County councilwoman as his running mate.
Brian Frosh Won't Seek Reelection As Maryland's Attorney General
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Framework To Use Maryland's $2.5B Budget SurplusMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has called a news conference Thursday afternoon to issue an update on the state's budget.
Franchot Reinstates Mask Requirement For Maryland Comptroller's Office FacilitiesMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is reinstating a mask requirement for the agency’s offices, citing the ongoing threat posed by COVID-19.
Maryland's Congressional Democrats Call On State To Use $2.5B Surplus To 'Support Those Who Need It Most'In a joint statement, Maryland's Congressional Democrats called on the state to use its $2.5 billion budget surplus to "support those who need it most," with many families facing eviction and struggling to pay childcare.
Maryland Comptroller's Office Branches Shift To Appointment-Only VisitsStarting on Monday, branch locations of the Maryland Comptroller's Office will only be open to residents with appointments.
Maryland Ends 2021 Fiscal Year With $2.5 Billion Budget SurplusMaryland will have a head start on next year’s spending thanks to a $2.5 billion budget surplus.
Renters Worried As Maryland's Eviction Moratorium ExpiresAs Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order prohibiting residential evictions is set to expire Sunday with the rest of the COVID-19 state of emergency, families who are struggling to pay rent are left worrying about the future.
Peter Franchot Outlines Equity Plan In Campaign For GovernorComptroller Peter Franchot outlined a plan Monday to increase equity and inclusion for Black Maryland residents as part of his campaign for governor, including a pledge to name a Black woman as his running mate.