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Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) will be at the Washington Nationals game with the Pittsburgh Pirates Thursday afternoon – raising money. Hogan will be…

 In announcing his decision to depart at the end of the school year, Prince George’s County Schools CEO Kevin M. Maxwell acknowledged a cold…

After a 15-month hiatus from the Maryland General Assembly, Jill P. Carter will complete the unfinished state Senate term of Nathaniel T. Oaks, who…

If it weren’t for a certain liquor magnate pouring millions of dollars from his personal fortune into his campaign, two state lawmakers from Montgomery…

Gubernatorial candidate Rushern L. Baker III continues to refine his position on whether Maryland should legalize marijuana. When asked about the issue last week,…

Maryland Matters‘ Bruce DePuyt was interviewed on WTOP Radio Thursday about the chaotic 38-candidate race for four at-large seats on the Montgomery County Council….

Republicans in the House of Delegates, aided by Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh (R), are continuing their campaign assault on a fellow Republican,…

“The party we claim to belong to’s the party we’re singing this song to.”— A member of the British Parliament, in Gilbert & Sullivan’s…

Chelsea E. Manning, the former soldier and well-known leaker of classified government documents, reported zero contributions from Maryland on the first campaign finance statement…

Much of the considerable acrimony between Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (D) and the General Assembly played out in public view during the just-concluded legislative…