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A month-and-a-half after confirming its first case, Maryland has counted 149 cases of monkeypox — and the state says vaccine availability is still limited.

It’s been almost two weeks since the Maryland primary election but the Democratic race for Montgomery County executive is still too close to call.

a teacher discusses a paper with a middle school student

Conditionally certified teachers in Maryland have received an extension from the state’s Board of Education, giving them two more years to become fully licensed teachers.

The rollout of sports betting in Maryland has been much slower than most expected.

There was no clear frontrunner among the Democratic or Republican candidates for governor, according to a survey conducted a month before the July 19 primary.

By Valerie Bonk This week marks the 4th anniversary of the deadly mass shooting that took the lives of five people at the Capital Gazette…

The Apple Coalition of Organized Retail Employees celebrated as the Baltimore County Apple store voted to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers union.

The first presumed case of human monkeypox in Maryland in 2022 was identified Thursday, just weeks after being found in D.C. and Virginia.

More than 400,000 mail-in ballots have been sent to eligible Maryland voters as of Monday, as the state hits the high gear for primary election season.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said there are multiple victims after a shooting near Smithsburg, a town about 20 minutes from Hagerstown.