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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.

Candidates in Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial primary hailed the state’s historically Black colleges and universities as a remedy for inequity at a forum on Tuesday.

According to a complaint, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler refused to provide physical evidence and copies of video evidence to the Independent Investigation Unit.

As the July 1 deadline draws near, Maryland’s jurisdictions wrestle with how to locally implement police accountability boards.

The legislature passed a capital budget measure to funnel $2 million toward the planning and construction of a women’s pre-release center.

A coalition of advocacy organizations is calling on the Maryland Congressional Delegation to endorse a resolution to institute a federal billionaire tax.

Senate Finance Committee Chair Delores G. Kelley (D-Baltimore County) will retire at the end of the term after a 31-year career in the General Assembly.

The leader of vote-rich Montgomery County has endorsed former Maryland and U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez in the race for governor. County Executive Marc…

With most of this year’s heavy lifting behind them, Maryland lawmakers capped their 2022 session — their last day of legislating before facing voters…

The House of Delegates chamber as seen from the gallery.

The Maryland General Assembly voted on Saturday to override Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s vetoes of abortion access and paid leave bills, enacting the…

Senate approves measure that could transform transit in Baltimore The Maryland Senate gave unanimous approval on Friday to a measure that transit advocates hope…