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Renovation of the old Treasury Building, closed to the public for 50 years, is part of a $22.2 million State House project.
Gov. Wes Moore (D) announced appointments to the new Maryland Thoroughbred Racetrack Operating Authority on Friday in keeping with legislation establishing the 13-member panel…
After FBI document shows preference for headquarters relocation in Virginia, Maryland officials blast off
Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-5th) said in a statement the FBIs recent response “remains inadequate.”
A federal judge in Florida unsealed an indictment that accuses former President Donald Trump of hiding classified national security documents after he left the White House,…
Moore appoints three to Health Services Cost Review Commission as group touts reduced disparity in hospital readmission
Agency was established in 1971 and is composed of seven members appointed by the governor.
Accountability board could start approving plans in July.
Baltimore City Democrats on Thursday night deadlocked over who should fill a vacancy in the House of Delegates from the 41st District. The eight…
As smoke from Canadian wildfires caused the most hazardous air conditions on record in the Washington, D.C., area on Thursday, members of the U.S….
The 18-year veteran of the Maryland State Board of Elections will succeed Linda Lamone this fall.
House will lead Maryland’s second largest school system July 1. He comes from Houston Independent School District, the state of Texas largest.
Gov. Wes Moore said a cache was necessary because of federal court challenges to the drug mifepristone.
Political notes: Trone stumps in Prince George’s, 6th District news, candidates for House vacancies, and more
Congressman talks to Latino leaders in Prince George’s, many of whom are disenchanted with County Executive Angela Alsobrooks (D).
While more Northern cities are experiencing the brunt of the smoke and suffering from reduced air quality due to the wildfires in Canada, Maryland is catching a far amount of smokey air.
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Meet the career government official that Gov. Wes Moore (D) has entrusted to solve the climate crisis.
Maryland Matters and the University of Maryland Baltimore County are hosting a community forum to explore the future of state climate policy with some…
A Maryland businessman’s quest for greener concrete has taken hold in federal policy. Will the state follow suit?
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What’s the significance of a ratings agency’s latest assessment of Maryland? Opinions differ.
The tax rate of a gallon of gas will increase by more than 10% compared to the current rate.
Western Maryland abortion provider will open in ‘abortion desert’ as other states further restrict abortion access
States such as Maryland are seen as “access points” due to more lenient abortion laws.
The East-West Transit Corridor and a north-south plan is one of over 90 major transit proposals that are part of the Baltimore Metropolitan council’s Resilience 2050 plan.
Controversy over the renewal of the contract of state superintendent Mohammed Choudhury and the conflict between him and the Blueprint Accountability and Implementation Board…
Opinion: Union leaders for Prince George’s schools pen an open letter to the as-yet unnamed new superintendent
‘We believe our new superintendent must address three pressing issues: recruitment and retention, student behavior, and unsafe working conditions,’ unions write.
UMBC students ask: If we are laser-focused on being ‘bold and aggressive,’ is there a chance we miss the opportunity to address injustice and ignore the environmental pollution that Marylanders encounter today?
An unlikely new assignment for a cerebral, nimble, strategic progressive from Montgomery County.