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Jeff Ghrist

Gov. Wes Moore (D) unveiled his first state budget on Friday, a $63.1 billion spending plan that includes increases for education and transportation programs,…

State is slow to act on areas where pedestrians have been injured repeatedly, the measure’s advocates say.

Two former county health officers told state lawmakers that pandemic policy-making in Maryland has become dangerously politicized.

The developments are part of an ongoing political evolution on the Upper Shore, and particularly in Cecil County.