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A bill would give “courtwatchers” — such as singer Fiona Apple, who keeps up with Prince George’s County courts — continued virtual access to public court proceedings

Leaders in Rockville are considering the idea of lowering the voting age for local elections from 18 to 16 years old. It would follow in…

Conowingo Dam

For now, Conowingo Dam will be required to operate on an annual license, instead of one that runs for 50 years.

Guns that are banned in Maryland include AK-47 assault rifles, Bushmaster semi-auto rifles and Ruger mini-14 folding stock models

The $37 million project includes raising the height of the academy’s sea wall to address daily high tides and minor storms through the year 2100.

By John Domen A long list of Maryland leaders at the federal, state, and local level, many of them Black, stood in front of…

The plan anticipates the county of more than 1.1 million residents growing by an additional 200,000 people over the next three decades.

The statewide system should be up and running with 12 towers by the end of summer 2023 and will include 78 tower locations by early 2024.

Attorney General Brian Frosh (D) said a team of experts will conduct a detailed review of some 100 autopsies of people who died in police custody during the tenure of the state’s former chief medical examiner.