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Hannah Gaskill


Hannah Gaskill was a reporter for Maryland Matters. She left the publication in May 2022. Gaskill received her master’s of journalism degree in December 2019 from the University of Maryland. She previously worked on the print layout design team at The Diamondback, reported on criminal justice in Maryland for Capital News Service and served as a production assistant for The Confluence — the daily news magazine on 90.5 WESA, Pittsburgh’s NPR member station. Gaskill has had bylines in The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Post and The Chicago Tribune, among other publications. Before pursuing journalism, she received her bachelor’s of fine art degree from Carnegie Mellon University in 2016. She grew up in Ocean City.

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For the first time in a decade, Baltimore County State’s Attorney Scott Shellenberger will have a Republican opponent to campaign against — if he can beat Robbie Leonard in the primary.

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Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Wes Moore called on Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) to target state resources toward preventing gun violence in Baltimore on Wednesday.

Lower Health Costs

Maryland, a pioneer in establishing a cost control board for medications, has no definition for “upper payment limits” within state code.

Dartigue, a 26-year public defender, will lead the state office beginning on July 1.

As Baltimore’s murder count for 2022 continues to rise, city councilmembers cried out for action from Mayor Brandon Scott (D).

State, local and university officials gathered on the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus to celebrate the recent transfer a state-run hospital to the college.