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If Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker (D) resented being the 41st* and final dignitary to speak at the recent groundbreaking for the Town Square…

The Homeless Persons Representation Project, a Baltimore-based organization that provides legal services to homeless people, has opened a new office in Rockville to combat…

If the Washington, D.C., region wins the competition for Amazon’s new headquarters, it will be because the workforce here is superior. That’s the view…

By Ana Faguy Montgomery County, in all its guises, came out for the 58th annual Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce dinner at the Bethesda…

By Ana Faguy After 10 years in the state Senate, freshman Congressman Jamie Raskin (D) is adjusting to Capitol Hill but is occasionally thinking…

By Josh Kurtz Several Democratic state senators that Republicans are targeting for defeat in 2018 fared significantly better on a business group scorecard released…

When Gov. Larry Hogan’s office released the list of the 200-plus bills he plans to sign into law on Thursday, conspicuously absent was the…