Maryland emerged from the last fiscal year with a $555 million surplus, a fraction of its multibillion-dollar surpluses from the previous two fiscal years, the state comptroller said Monday.
The Baltimore State's Attorney's Office released a new list of police officers who have credibility issues serious enough to block them from testifying in criminal cases.
A Baltimore-area car dealership allegedly demoted and later discharged an employee because of her disabilities, according to a lawsuit.
The Maryland Supreme Court is soliciting comments to determine whether continuing legal education could become mandatory for attorneys.
After the Maryland schools superintendent’s abrupt decision to withdraw, a former superintendent said a second term would have inhibited progress.
Ex-Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby will take the stand at her upcoming federal perjury trial, according to a new court filing submitted Friday.
Maryland received more than 500 applications for what Gov. Wes Moore has said is a first-in-the-nation state-government-sponsored service option.
A leasing company must pay $35 million in total to 41 states, including Maryland, after a multistate investigation found it misled consumers.
The Baltimore-based Medifast opened a “product innovation center” in Owings Mills that has developed new product OPTAVIA Active.
The Maryland Higher Education Commission reviewed a contested Stevenson University program and met in closed session to "re-do" a previous vote rejecting the program.
There’s nothing in the Harford County Charter, or any legal doctrine, that precludes a county public school teacher from serving as a member of the county’s council, the Maryland Supreme Court said in an opinion explaining an earlier order. The high court in April had issued a per curiam order overturning a circuit ruling in […]
Maryland's attorney general has named a longtime civil rights lawyer to head a new division that will enforce laws banning discrimination in housing, employment and other areas.