Working & the Economy

Maryland Has Unspent Revenue, But Comptroller Urges Restraint

Maryland has more than $1 billion in unspent revenue as lawmakers prepare for the 2019 General Assembly session.The budgetary boost comes thanks to the...

Governor: Stadium Site Would Be Part of Land Swap With Feds

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) disclosed for the first time on Tuesday that Maryland’s pursuit of a large, choice plot of land on the...

Chamber of Commerce Broadening Portfolio for Legislative Session

As the Maryland Chamber of Commerce gears up for the upcoming General Assembly session, it is adding two policy committees to its internal portfolio,...

Hogan Aide Defends Stadium Maneuver as Criticism Mounts

The Hogan administration on Monday defended its pursuit of a large parcel of federal land near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Oxon Hill, touting...

Hogan’s Play to Keep Redskins Surprises Fellow Officials

The Hogan administration negotiated a memorandum of understanding with a federal agency to gain control of a parcel of land near National Harbor, part...

Hogan Nominates Kittleman for High-Paying Gig

Outgoing Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman (R) has found a soft landing after his defeat in November’s election. Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced...

2 Consulting Firms Announce Changes

Two companies that are players in the Maryland political world are undergoing some changes.The Hatcher Group, a leading communications and public affairs firm that...

A Better Year, Thanks to State Legislators

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently made it official: Last year was an especially bad year for the flu. In fact, last flu...

From WTOP: Razing Ellicott City Buildings Could Be ‘Counterproductive,’ Ball Says

As part of Maryland Matters' content sharing agreement with WTOP Radio, we feature this article from Neal Augenstein.The newly elected county executive of Howard County said...

Amazon Decision to Skirt Maryland: ‘A Bitter Pill to Swallow’

Amazon’s decision to locate part of its new headquarters in Arlington County, Va., is either a “bitter pill” for Maryland and Montgomery County or a...