House Panel Shoots Down Hogan Bill To Repeal Stormwater FeesA House committee has voted against Gov. Larry Hogan's proposal to repeal stormwater management fees.
Family Nixes Plan For Md. Gun Range At SugerloafA Frederick County family is withdrawing its controversial proposal to build a gun range near Sugerloaf Mountain in western Maryland.
Retired Md. Marine Battling Renal Failure Proposes To Wife A 2nd TimeA retired Gaithersburg marine is looking for a second chance on his wedding anniversary.
Budget Cuts Threaten Advanced Academic Programs At Baltimore City SchoolsPopular programs for city school students may get spared the budget ax after angry criticism from parents and lawmakers.
Md. Congressman Wants To Make It Harder For NSA To Monitor Phone CallsSome want to make it harder for the NSA to monitor our phone calls. That's the proposal being pushed by a Maryland congressman.
County To Review Montgomery College Budget PlanThe Montgomery County Executive wants to budget $348 million for Montgomery College's capital improvements plan over the next six years.
Senator Proposes Pretrial Unit For Bail ProcessA proposal to create a statewide pretrial services unit, which would help decide whether or not arrestees should be held in jail before their trials, is gaining ground in Maryland's legislature.
What To Consider When Buying An Engagement RingNo woman really feels engaged until she has a ring on her finger. If you’ve decided to make it official this Valentine’s Day, here's how to make sure the ring in your pocket is the one she’s been visualizing since the day you met.
O'Malley's $39B Budget Plan Closes $584M Shortfall Without Tax HikePutting your money to work. Governor Martin O'Malley outlines how the state will spend $39 billion in taxpayer money this coming fiscal year.
Developer Drops Plans To Raze University of Maryland Golf CourseA developer is abandoning his proposal to build a mixed-use project on part of the University of Maryland golf course.
Controversial Harbor Point Development Approved By City CouncilThe Baltimore City Council gives final approval to $100 million in taxpayer assistance for a new waterfront development. Supporters say the plan will create thousands of jobs but some see it as nothing but a handout to the developer.