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Founding Editor Josh Kurtz is a veteran chronicler of Maryland politics and government. He began covering the State House in 1995 for The Gazette newspapers, and has been writing about state and local politics ever since. He was an editor at Roll Call, the Capitol Hill newspaper, for eight years, and for eight years was the editor of E&E Daily, which covers energy and environmental policy on Capitol Hill. For 6 1/2 years Kurtz wrote a weekly column on state politics for Center Maryland and has written for several other Maryland publications as well. Kurtz regularly gives speeches and appears on TV and radio shows to discuss Maryland politics.

The previous procurement for the lucrative deal, valued at millions of dollars, was halted soon after Gov. Wes Moore (D) took office, following complaints by some companies interested in the contract.

Congressman sees his path to victory running through Baltimore City and the entire Baltimore region.

Maryland State Schools Superintendent Mohammed Choudhury said he remains optimistic about guiding the Department of Education for the next four years. “I am hopeful…

Over the next few months, the task force is going to study a number of issues as it looks to restructure the water and sewer utility, and will also look at other water and wastewater utilities around the country.

The regulation applies to buildings with a floor area of 35,000 square feet or more — warehouses, office buildings, multi-family housing dwellings, and retail stores.

As the NFL season opens, what’s the connection between the Commanders’ desire for a new stadium and an ambitious redevelopment project underway in Prince George’s County?

The first candidate forum for Republicans seeking to replace U.S. Rep. David Trone (D-6th) has been scheduled for the evening of Sept. 20 in…

The Board of Public Works voted Wednesday to approve $150 million in contracts that could one day lead to a widening of the American…

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The plan is likely to result in legislation that will be debated in the 2024 General Assembly session and possibly beyond.

The candidate believes his relative lack of political experience is an asset in the race.