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Outreach is the latest phase in implementation of a 2021 state law establishing access to free legal representation for low-income tenants facing eviction in Maryland.

Teens’ health and school performance improve with more sleep, research shows.

If Mohammed Choudhury received a new contract, he could’ve served the longest term since Nancy Grasmick, who served for 20 years until she retired in June 2011.

Common Cause Maryland sent an email asking whether 16- and 17-year-olds should be allowed to vote in local elections.

“We’re hoping it will be a fairly quiet season, but this is where everyone in public health is still watching closely and holding our breath,” Sen. Clarence Lam said.

Black communities in Baltimore can win — when policy is focused on community-based violence prevention and community oversight of law enforcement, and success stories are uplifted.

Amid rising tensions and an approaching hard deadline, the U.S. House and Senate ended their work week on Thursday without a deal to fund…

Subpoena asks for emails and other records related to accusations that the first-year Harford County Executive illegally snooped on the emails and phone records of a councilmember, sheriff and others.

Tolls on Maryland’s tunnels and bridges have not increased in a decade. That era may soon be at an end.

Maryland HBCU advocates request the commission place a moratorium on higher education institutions to submit new academic programs.