A unanimous Maryland Supreme Court has ruled against Montgomery Park in its effort to reopen the bidding for the Maryland Insurance Administration’s lease.
The Montgomery Park building’s back-and-forth legal battle to reopen the bidding for the Maryland Insurance Administration’s lucrative Baltimore lease will go before the state’s top court.
Montgomery Park has lost the latest legal battle in its back-and-forth effort to reopen the bidding for the Maryland Insurance Administration’s lease.
A free-speech challenge to a Maryland state agency’s ban on financial solicitations on Lawyers’ Mall could come down to whether the site – at the foot of the State House and the feet of Thurgood Marshall’s statue – is an open forum for political protest or a simply a common area subject to legitimate government […]
ANNAPOLIS – The ACLU of Maryland filed suit Thursday against the Department of General Services, saying DGS’s ban on financial solicitations on Lawyers’ Mall – a popular site for political protest at the foot of the State House – violates the constitutional right to freedom of speech. The ACLU chapter also seeks a preliminary injunction […]
Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday announced the appointment of a new Department of General Services secretary. He didn’t have to look far to find a candidate. Ellington Churchill, Jr., 46, the deputy secretary of Housing and Community Development, has been tapped to fill the vacancy left by Gail Bassette, who after 18 months on the job resigned […]
A. Leigh Williams, the director Maryland Energy Administration, is changing roles less than a year after Gov. Larry Hogan appointed her to lead the agency tasked with setting policy on reducing energy consumption in the state.
ANNAPOLIS — The governor’s mansion in Maryland appears pristine and well-kept, with new flowers and clean landscaping. Just across the street, a national historic landmark — the state Capitol — sits among piles of unraked leaves, weeds and untrimmed bushes. The grounds have become so shabby that state officials are exploring the possibility of forming […]
There are bloodsucking parasites lurking on the fourth floor of the Preston Street office of the Maryland comptroller. And it’s those parasites — bedbugs, specifically — that have caused a great deal of angst among employees and caused the state to close the Baltimore office. “We are acting out of an abundance of caution and […]
Language justifying an expansion of the state Office of Public Defender's Towson office lease was based on a previous staffing expansion.
The state’s primary procurement agency should have restructured or rebid a five-year, $305 million fuel contract when it received only one bid that fulfilled all the requirements, auditors for the General Assembly concluded in a report released Friday.
ANNAPOLIS — A Georgia-based company will be responsible for the supply and distribution of fuel at state facilities, despite the strenuous objections of Comptroller Peter Franchot, who lamented that a Maryland company did not win the $305 million award. Mansfield Oil Co. in Gainesville, Ga., was awarded a five-year contract by the Department of General […]