- MarylandReporter.com reports on the state’s apparent loss of taxpayers.
- The Washington Post reports Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III and Montgomery County Executive Isiah “Ike” Leggett are among those who have not yet endorsed a candidate for Maryland governor.
- The Daily Record reports a trio of controversial wetlands licenses for Inner Harbor restaurants are back before the Board of Public Works today.
- The Daily Record also reports the Department of Human Resources will ask the Board of Public Works today to extend its contract with the Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland, which represents children in Children in Needs of Assistance cases.
- The Annapolis Capital reports Mayor Josh Cohen has been using his campaign account as a sort of mayoral expense account.
- The Herald-Mail reports the Hagerstown City Council is now in favor of building a multi-use stadium downtown, where the minor league Suns would play. The state has said it would help pay for the stadium.
- The Gazette reports on Montgomery County’s role in implementing the Affordable Care Act in Maryland.
- The Frederick News-Post reports Frederick County may let farmers sell the development rights to their land.