A Maryland man arrested on a trespassing charge has been found dead in his holding cell.Read More »
Howard County’s new five-member council and executive will have to hit the ground running on a $50 million flood mitigation plan for Ellicott City.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan Wednesday lamented the election night defeats of members of his own party in Maryland and laid the blame on the president of the United States. “I think it was a tough night,” said Hogan at ...Read More »
A three-judge panel on Wednesday struck down as unconstitutionally gerrymandered a western Maryland congressional district, agreeing with Republican voters that it was so severely tilted to ensure a Democrat’s election as to violate the GOP members’ right to political association. ...Read More »
The University System of Maryland Board of Regents elected Linda Gooden as the board’s new chair following former chair James Brady’s resignation last week. Gooden is a retired Lockheed Martin executive and also serves on the boards of GM, Home Depot, ...
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Republican Gov. Larry Hogan may have surfed a blue wave to a second term on his “purple surfboard,” but Republicans seeking the top office in counties around the state — including two incumbents — didn’t fare as well. Republican incumbents ...Read More »
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan coasted to a convincing victory Tuesday night and vowed to “work for all Marylanders,” saying he survived an expected “blue wave” of Democratic anger focused on President Donald Trump. “It turns out I can surf and we had a ...Read More »