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Four years after the first of two major floods hit Ellicott City, its historic county seat, taking two lives and devastating many businesses and…

No one really campaigns on updating aging state Information Technology infrastructure, for fairly obvious reasons. Technical maintenance of governmental operations usually can’t be readily…

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March, many Marylanders have been left without jobs as they wrestle with the state’s balky unemployment…

Democratic members of the General Assembly sent Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) two letters Wednesday ― one urging the governor to cancel rent…

A Maryland Senate panel moved forward Wednesday with amendments to a multi-billion-dollar education reform plan ― including a provision that would require a “checkpoint”…

As Maryland becomes increasingly susceptible to catastrophic events related to climate change, lawmakers are seeking ways to make the state more resilient and better…

By a wide margin, Maryland voters support a proposal to help small business owners provide health coverage for their workers, according to a public…

At the start of every General Assembly session, every member of the House and Senate has a measure of say. But traditionally, as the…

The Maryland Senate will look very different in 2020. The changes will begin at the rostrum, where Sen. Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) will serve…

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball (D) acknowledged on Monday that the flood-reduction plan he has chosen for Ellicott City was one of the priciest…