Former Montgomery County Police Chief Who Was Public Face of Beltway Sniper Investigation Dies at 68

Former Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose, who became the public face of the investigation into the Beltway Sniper rampage, has died.

Immigration Protections in Biden’s Social Policy Bill Face a New Test in the Senate

Nearly 100 U.S. House Democrats are pushing the Senate to expand immigration protections in President...

Marylanders, Home From Glasgow Climate Confab, Reflect on the Work Ahead

The latest international conference on climate change, which was held earlier this month in Glasgow,...

Maryland Matters Launches 2021 Food Drive. You Can Help Us Give Back!

If it weren’t for you — our readers and supporters — Maryland Matters would not...

Montgomery Hires State House Vet to Coordinate Ambitious White Flint Proposal

Montgomery County failed in its bid lure Amazon, the e-commerce giant that opted to build...

Housing Advocates Urge Baltimore to Use Relief Funds for Tenants’ Access to Counsel in Eviction Cases

Baltimore became one of only a few local governments in the country to guarantee tenants...

Opinion: Happy Thanksgiving — But Not for All…

By Katie Fry Hester and Lorig CharkoudianHester, a Democrat, represents parts of Howard and Carroll...

Maryland’s ‘Painful’ Toll Backlog Will Linger Long Into 2022, Officials Warn

When the first wave of COVID-19 infections swept Maryland last year, the state Department of...

Council Finds COVID Worsened Food Insecurity in Md., Recommends Improvements

As grocery stores and restaurants shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of food-insecure Marylanders...

Jon Baron: Evidence-Based Standards in Build Back Better Act Could Transform Higher-Ed

This gubernatorial candidate believes funding in Biden’s Build Back Better Act would allow the state to bring proven programs to scale, and the benefits for Maryland would be enormous.

Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission Adopts Congressional Map to Present to General Assembly

Maryland's 1st Congressional District would cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to include a small portion...

Hogan Clashes With Mosby, Other Baltimore Leaders Over His Latest Crime-Fighting Plan

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) said Tuesday that he will withhold funding from Baltimore’s...

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