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Baltimore County Activist Brittany Oliver Eyes Ruppersberger Seat

Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D) appears to have his toughest Democratic primary challenger in recent memory, with Baltimore County progressive activist Brittany Oliver launching...

As Transportation Panel Prepares for Re-Vote, Critics Scoff at MDOT Claims

Under intense pressure from the Hogan administration, an influential regional transportation board is poised to revive a plan to widen portions of Interstate 270...

More Food Waste in Md. Will Be Diverted as a Large Anaerobic Digestion Facility...

Large grocery stores, restaurants and fresh produce distributors in Maryland send their food waste to landfills, mostly because there is no other option in...

University of Maryland, College Park Workers Rally to Extend Telework

Employees of the University of Maryland College Park whose jobs make it possible for them to telework are seeking to preserve that option, as...

Brochin, Kittleman Form Group to Endorse Redistricting Commission Maps

A bipartisan pair of former lawmakers that lost narrow elections in 2018 have formed a nonprofit group to pressure the General Assembly to accept...

‘Guardians of the First Amendment’ Memorial Dedicated in Annapolis

A crowd of hundreds gathered in Annapolis on Monday — declared as Freedom of the Press Day in Maryland — for the dedication of...

Settled into New Homes, Refugees in U.S. Say They are Working for a Better...

Violence, persecution and wars amid a global pandemic added to the growing number of displaced persons around the world last year.The United Nations reports...

Winning Over Vaccine Holdouts Will Require Sustained Effort, Health Secretary Says

In the roughly five months since COVID-19 vaccines became available, two-thirds of Maryland adults have received at least one dose.More than 5.5 million shots...

Federal, State And Local Lawmakers Convene To Reinvest In Communities Divided By Unfinished Highways

Top leaders in Maryland and the city of Baltimore are united in support for legislation introduced to reconnect communities divided by infrastructure projects, like Baltimore’s...
Masks

Hogan Aligns Maryland’s Mask Policy with New CDC Guidance

Marylanders who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear a mask in most settings, nor do they need to practice...