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Ferguson, Jones Press Elections Board on Mail-In Ballot Issues

Maryland’s top lawmakers are asking the State Board of Elections to add additional voting centers in Baltimore City and Montgomery County for the June...

Josh Kurtz: The Questions for Baltimore Voters

Woody Allen is not in favor right now, which is understandable due to his reprehensible personal behavior over a period of decades.But there's a...

Sen. McCray: No. 1 Question in Baltimore City — Where’s My Ballot?

All throughout last week and weekend, I had been asked: Where is my ballot?The Maryland State Board of Elections stated publicly ballots for Baltimore...

Frank DeFilippo: 44 Years to the Day After Jerry Brown’s Improbable Victory in the...

Copyright @ 2020 by Frank A. DeFilippoBiographies are tricky. So are their reviews. That’s especially true if one is read and the other is...

Where Are the Baltimore City Ballots?

Presidential primary election ballots destined for the city of Baltimore could arrive as late as next weekend, State Board of Elections officials announced this...

Opinion: A Teacher Reflects on Her Former Student, Brandon Scott

I taught at Merganthaler Vocational Technical High School for 24 years and in Baltimore City Public Schools for a total of 36 years. I...

Protesters at Annapolis Reopen Rally Call for an End to ‘Tyranny’

“Tyranny” was the word around State Circle in Annapolis Friday afternoon as the group Reopen Maryland held another rally in protest of a series...

Proposed Budget Cuts Added to Bd. of Public Works Agenda

Maryland’s Board of Public Works will consider more than $120 million in current year budget cuts next week.The proposed cuts include unallocated funding in six...

Md. Association of Counties Summer Convention Canceled

Local leaders will not be mixing surf, sand and saltwater taffy with symposia on stormwater management this summer.The Maryland Association of Counties Summer Conference...

Poll Shows Henry Leading Pratt in Baltimore Comptroller Race

A recent poll conducted for Baltimore City Councilman Bill Henry (D) showed Henry leading City Comptroller Joan Pratt (D) in the upcoming Democratic primary...