Fraser-Hidalgo: Private Sector Is Critical in Meeting Demand for EV Charging Stations

A Montgomery County delegate says the private sector is critical to meeting the demand for EV charging stations across the country.

‘The Pulse Is Much Different’: Ocean City’s Unsanctioned Car Weekend Stalls

Aside from the occasional, low drone of a revving engine, the town of Ocean City...

MDOT Seeks Image Makeover for Controversial Highway-Widening Plan

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s “I-495 & I-270 P3 Program” is history.No, the agency has...

After Plan to Help Nursing Shortage, Health Care Groups Say Existing Workforce Needs More Support

Organizations representing Maryland health care workers say that in light of Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan...

Raskin, U.S. House Oversight Panel Seek Testimony from Company Conducting Arizona Election ‘Audit’

Congressional Democrats on Friday requested that the company behind a months-long review of Arizona’s election...

Defendants Face Financial Hardship, Jail Time as Program to Provide Aid for Home Detention is Delayed

Cecilia Fenwick has been on home detention for nearly 90 days and the fees associated...

Committee Declines to Reopen Applications for Education Reform Oversight Panel

The committee charged with selecting nominees to oversee the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future education reform...

At LCV Fundraiser, Environmental Leaders Discuss Why Md. Should Invest in Climate Solutions

Sitting outside along the Baltimore waterfront Thursday evening, a group of environmental leaders said Maryland...

Don Murphy: Maryland — The Free (Market) State?

A longtime advocate for legalizing marijuana writes that the state needs to learn from its failures in standing up the medical cannabis industry and sports gaming.

Who Will Get a Booster Shot? A Q-and-A on What the Feds Are Saying

Booster shots soon will begin rolling out to some Americans who received the two-shot vaccine...

U.S. Senate Panel Advances Barron’s Nomination for U.S. Attorney

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee voted on Thursday to advance President Biden’s first slate of...

Prince George’s Leaders Seek End to School Board Acrimony Fueled by Disputed Ethics Reports

Three weeks ago, several members of the Prince George’s County Board of Education met online...

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