Anton Black’s Family Raps Frosh for Celebrating Chauvin’s Conviction

As many other elected officials in Maryland did, Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) on...

Pittman: Proposal for Third Bay Bridge Span Should Be Put ‘On Hold’

Before the pandemic, motorists traveling eastbound through Anne Arundel County toward the Bay Bridge endured...

Josh Kurtz: ‘You Could Call It a Miracle Session,’ Speaker Jones Says

House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones (D-Baltimore County) was in her Annapolis office the other day,...

Opinion: Maryland’s Learners Need Closure of Digital Divide

Maryland is ranked third in the nation for best broadband access, with an impressive 86%...

‘Vaccine Passport’ Pushback Puts Colleges in a Quandary; Md. Policies Still in the Works

WASHINGTON — Florida’s Nova Southeastern University joined a small group of U.S. colleges on April...

Md. Lawmakers on Chauvin Murder Conviction: ‘We Still Have So Much Work to Do’

As the nation reacted following the verdict that declared former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin...

State Health Dept. Hires Adviser to Focus on Vaccination of Underserved Prince George’s Residents

The Maryland Department of Health has hired an adviser to support efforts in vaccinating vulnerable...

House-Senate Divisions Killed Climate Bill But It Should Have a Second Life in 2022

During a legislative session dominated by coronavirus relief and confronting systemic inequities, General Assembly Democrats...

John King, Former U.S. Secretary of Education, Announces Gubernatorial Bid

John B. King Jr. (D), the former U.S. secretary of Education under President Obama, announced...

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