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Congressman hammers his rival for once advocating that people with HIV be ordered to get tattoos.

The candidate Hogan is stumping for is interested in the governor’s success in a blue state.

Del. Brooke Lierman and Harford County Executive Barry Glassman participated in a virtual forum as Election Day looms.

Commentary

The next governor and General Assembly should substantially increase funding for in-school psychologists, social workers and counselors, while sustaining support for outside programs.

President’s executive actions will provide pardons for thousands of Americans serving federal drug sentences.

‘It’s again a scary time to be a DACA holder,’ a Maryland Dreamer says.

Online university cuts jobs even as the state prepares to offer across-the-board raises to government workers.

‘I absolutely love to teach, but I hate the job of a teacher,’ 14-year veteran who left the profession says.

Baltimore County Executive John A. Olszewski Jr. (D) said retaining teachers was an impetus for the agreement now.

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COVID-19 in Maryland

SNAP Maryland Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits

As the pandemic began, the rolls of Marylanders seeking food stamps swelled by 35%.

COVID-19 booster shots are on track to become as frequent as the annual flu shot, though high-risk people may need more than one dose…

The CDC recommended boosters from Pfizer-BioNTech for those who are 12 years old and older and from Moderna for those who are 18 and older.

Anthony Fauci, one of the federal government’s leading public health figures, announced Monday he’ll be leaving his post in December, though he made clear…

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Commentary

The next governor and General Assembly should substantially increase funding for in-school psychologists, social workers and counselors, while sustaining support for outside programs.

Utilities are on track to spend tens of billions of dollars replacing their entire local distribution systems and expanding pipeline capacity.

Life Sciences

Studies show that people of color tend to have lower cancer screening rates and, thus, often have their cancers diagnosed at a later stage when treatment is far less effective.

Engineer: It’s indefensible to proceed with a $5B investment without first addressing all the credible questions raised about the transparency of the traffic modeling used to justify the project.