BALTIMORE — Maryland Rep. John Sarbanes says he will support the nuclear deal with Iran. Sarbanes, a Democrat, announced Monday he believes the plan will be effective in pulling Iran back from the threshold of becoming a nuclear weapon state ...Read More »
Funds from the federal government flowing into Baltimore are aimed at helping more than just the roughly 380 Baltimore businesses damaged in April’s riots recover. On Friday, during a news conference at City Hall, Maria Contreras-Sweet, administrator of the U.S. Small ...Read More »
The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded a grant of more than $11 million for runway safety enhancements and upgrades at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. The grant will be used for the first phase of improvements to bring one ...Read More »
Johns Hopkins University has been awarded a $7.4 million grant to help boost science and math learning in Baltimore elementary schools. The grant was announced Monday by members of Maryland’s congressional delegation. The money will be awarded over a five-year ...
Tagged with: grant Johns Hopkins johns hopkins university learning math Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake national science foundation Rep. Elijah Cummings rep. john sarbanes science sen. ben cardin U.S. Sen. Barbara MikulskiRead More »
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett defeated seven Republican primary challengers Tuesday and will face Democratic businessman John Delaney in the fall in what is expected to be a hotly contested House race. Preliminary election results show Bartlett with 44 ...
Tagged with: 6th U.S. Congressional District andy harris David Brinkley del. anthony o'donnell democrats house Martin O'Malley Montgomery County primary rep. donna edwards rep. dutch ruppersberger Rep. Elijah Cummings rep. john sarbanes rep. steny hoyer republicans roscoe bartlett Sen. Chris Van Hollen sen. rob garagiola western marylandRead More »
ANNAPOLIS — Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown wants to increase the number of applications to a federally funded health insurance program run by the state. Brown will kick off the second anniversary of the federal Affordable Care Act on Monday with ...Read More »
A ceremony attended by high-ranking military officials and civilian lawmakers including U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin and Rep. John Sarbanes is scheduled Wednesday at Fort Meade to mark the official opening of the Defense Adjudication Activities facility, a new, 151,000-square-foot building ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Members of the new Chesapeake Conservation Corps planted trees in Annapolis to celebrate their first year. The corps pairs young adults with watershed organizations, local governments and other community-based organizations where the volunteers get hands-on environmental, leadership and ...Read More »