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A lifelong Baltimorean reflects on the relationship between the Orioles icon and his community — and urges the team’s young stars to follow his lead.

This article was written by several parents of Prince George’s County Public Schools students. The full list of names is below. $8.5 billion. That…

Ranked choice voting offers a viable alternative to the emergence of third parties, like the ‘No Labels’ party proposed by former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and, implicitly, by West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin.

Members of the Communications Workers of America outline what’s needed in a plan to deliver the best possible broadband service to the underserved communities of Maryland.

In a tight budget year, Maryland lawmakers can foster collaboration among service providers, reward those who join forces with funding, and require accountability.

There is legitimate concern about violence in Maryland, but there is also significant misinformation.

More than 2,100 people across North America are injured or killed at crossings every year.

Council members can make a difference by granting independent investigatory and subpoena powers to the county’s new Police Accountability Board, advocates write.

Black communities in Baltimore can win — when policy is focused on community-based violence prevention and community oversight of law enforcement, and success stories are uplifted.

States and universities should not only maintain their language programs, but expand and better integrate multilingualism across all subjects.