County Adds Tool for One-Day Processing of Solar Panel Permits

In 2018, Laura Morales decided to install solar panels on the roof of her home...

MoCo Councilmembers: Digital Divide Can Be Bridged With Improved Wireless Technology

For more than a year, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way households, businesses and...

Opinion: Children Deserve Safety Assurances When It Comes to Cellphone Radiation

If new zoning proposals before Montgomery County Council pass, our children and the rest of...

Alsobrooks Says She’s Committed to Changing Police Culture Following Settlement of Discrimination Suit

Following the settlement of a costly, two-and-a-half-year discrimination lawsuit, Prince George’s County Executive Angela D....

Steele Creates Exploratory Committee for Possible Gubernatorial Bid

Michael S. Steele, the former lieutenant governor and one-time chairman of the Republican National Committee,...

Md., Other States Still Lag Getting Assistance to Struggling Renters, Federal Data Shows

State and local officials disbursed $1.5 billion in rental assistance during June — more than...

Del. Reznik: Hogan Administration Is Turning Its Back on Essential Workers

Marylanders may be hoping to put the pandemic in the past, but many frontline and...

Unemployed Workers Take Push for Unpaid Benefits to Court

A week after a judge issued a ruling that maintains Maryland’s participation in enhanced federal...

Van Hollen, Health Professionals See Vaccine Misinformation as Culprit for Rising COVID Cases

Despite widely available access to the COVID-19 vaccine, cases across the U.S. have begun to...

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