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Light rail project is nearly five years behind schedule and nearly $4 billion over budget.

After eight years, the official portraits of the former governor and his wife will take their place inside the State House and governor’s mansion.

A failed amendment breaking the link between inflation and increases in the gas tax is similar to bills stalled in House and Senate committees.

Peering into the crowd on Lawyers Mall — as well as staring up at the stage erected for the inaugural ceremony on the steps of the State House, was a fun and all-consuming activity.

When Larry Hogan was first sworn in as governor, the weather was cold and snowy. Wednesday’s forecast in Annapolis: Above-average temperatures and morning fog giving way to golden sunshine.

As he prepares to leave office, Maryland’s governor reflects on his tenure during a one-on-one interview in Annapolis.

Two Prince Georgians set to join the Moore Administration; one departure will have a huge impact on policymaking in the General Assembly.

Oftentimes, the chatter about the names you hear for key positions are coming directly from the wannabes who wish to serve in the Moore administration or from people who are close to them.

The book is strongest is in its discussion of Hogan’s well-oiled PR machine, his ability to stay on message, and his relentless use of polling.

The governor’s victory tour includes a stop before one of his favorite organizations.