FREDERICK — The husband of Republican 6th District congressional candidate Amie Hoeber has contributed more than $1.4 million to a super PAC supporting her effort to unseat Democratic Rep. John Delaney. Media outlets report that campaign finance reports filed over ...Read More »
Baltimore County officials say they need more information before agreeing to split the cost of spraying to eliminate clouds of winged pests that plague businesses and residents along Back River. Vincent J. Gardina, director of the county Department of Environmental ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The state’s current system for approving school construction spending needs an overhaul, according to members of a commission tasked with developing recommendations to improve school construction. “If you plateau, you’re dead,” said 21st Century Schools Commission Chairman Martin Knott. ...
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HAGERSTOWN — Gov. Larry Hogan is meeting with constituents and campaigning for fellow Republicans during a three-day swing through western Maryland. He spoke Thursday in Hagerstown at a fundraising breakfast for congressional candidate Amie Hoeber, followed by a cabinet meeting ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan says Donald Trump’s comments about women in a 2005 recording were “disgraceful and outrageous.” The Republican governor on Tuesday noted that he said months ago he wouldn’t support the Republican presidential nominee. Hogan says “a ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The lead sponsor of a state employee anti-bullying bill said a hearing on the matter won’t go far enough and will not likely lead to an effective resolution. Sen. C. Anthony Muse, D-Prince George’s and co-chair of the Joint Committee ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s lottery director is defending the agency’s recommendation to choose the most expensive of three contract proposals for a new lottery central system, writing in an internal email to lottery staff last week that the “technical” criteria of the ...Read More »