Skip to main content

Bryan P. Sears - page 4


Bryan Sears covers the governor and General Assembly, state politics and transportation for Maryland Matters. He has covered the Maryland State House for the last two decades at the Baltimore Sun Media Group, and most recently, The Daily Record. Sears has won multiple state and national awards for police and crime reporting, local and state government coverage and investigative reporting that resulted in a guilty plea by a government official for stealing from his own campaign account. He’s a frequent radio and television contributor.

Governor signs into law legislation to whittle down some state vacancies and increase oversight in state-owned nursing homes.


An initial agreement between the three states could one day lead to more seamless commuter rail service.

“I’m telling the attorneys when you are making these agreements, let them know that cantankerous, miserable old goat in the treasurer’s office, he’s going to speak on it.”

South Carolina-based HRM notified the state Department of Labor that 233 workers could lose their jobs when it departs in June.


The long-serving state Elections Administrator to write first draft of qualifications for her successor.

Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin (D) was briefly Democrats’ pick to fill a seat on the Senate Judiciary Committee that’s currently held by ailing California…

An attorney for Del. Jeffrie Long refutes charges and said his client was not in the area at the time of the alleged incident involving his aunt.

The Maryland Transit Coalition, a group of activists who favor public transit options, filed a lawsuit alleging the Federal Highway Administration has violated federal sunshines laws.

Roland Butler was sworn in Tuesday as the first Black leader of the Maryland State Police in its nearly 90-year history. The ceremony for…

The Maryland General Assembly passed more than 230 bills on Monday, the final day of the 90-day legislative session. Here’s a brief snapshot of…