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Baltimore Pride Festival Gets Thumbs-Up from Vacation Group

The Baltimore Pride festival, which takes place this weekend, got an endorsement this week from HomeToGo, the vacation and travel website. Citing a handful...

Film Industry Protest of Ga. Could Yield Business in Md., State Official Says

Georgia’s new abortion restrictions could result in a flurry of film and television business coming to Maryland, a top state economic development official suggested...

Josh Kurtz: Lessons from Across the Potomac

“One of the great things about Virginia,” a political operative from there once told me, “is that every year is an election year.”He’s right....

BULLETIN: Former House Speaker Clay Mitchell Dies

R. Clayton Mitchell Jr., a proud Eastern Shoreman who rose to become Maryland's speaker of the House, has died, sources tell Maryland Matters. He...

Md. Delegation Fighting Relocation of USDA Offices

Top lawmakers from Maryland pledged on Thursday to intensify efforts to block the U.S. Department of Agriculture from moving two agencies from Washington, D.C.,...

Here’s How Pugh and Other Board Members Profited from UMMS Contracts

In vivid and often excruciating detail, an outside review of contracting practices at the University of Maryland Medical System has confirmed that members of...

New Faces, New Policies Coming to UMMS Board as Damning Review of Self-Dealing Scandal...

The University of Maryland Medical System Board will look different soon – in composition and in policy.As an explosive 41-page report examining self-dealing and...

Cummings’ Panel Votes to Hold Two Trump Lieutenants in Contempt

Led by Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D), a House committee voted on Wednesday to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur...

Hogan Solicits Help From Hoyer on Redistricting Reform

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) is reaching out to a powerful Democrat in Congress — Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer of Maryland —...

McCray Sworn in as Newest Baltimore City Council Member

Baltimore City has already had its share of political dynasties: The D’Alessandros. The Bostons. The Rawlingses. The Currans. The Conaways.Now add to that list...