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‘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.

At least 3,000 exonerated individuals in the U.S. have spent a combined 25,000 years of their lives behind bars due to wrongful prosecution.

New data shows that monkeypox cases in Maryland are disproportionately affecting Black communities, mirroring national trends as health officials grapple with how to stop the viral disease.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has distanced himself from Republican gubernatorial nominee Dan Cox since Maryland’s primary elections in July. Now, so are some of Hogan’s former campaign donors.

Two of the most high-profile betting scandals in sports history have happened at the college level.

By IAN DECKER Capital News Service It’s 2:05 p.m. on a Monday in April when Robin Ficker, one of four declared Republican candidates running…

In 2021 there were over 100,000 fatal drug overdoses in the United States, with more than 76,975 of these deaths being attributed to opioids.

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and legislators are working to address concerns that service station owners could pocket the benefits of a gas tax freeze in Maryland.

Comptroller Peter Franchot is urging legislative leaders to pass a state income tax credit for contributions to humanitarian aid for Ukranians, as more than 1 million refugees flee the country.