HAGERSTOWN — U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett faced pressure from within his own party to retire Thursday as both his longtime chief of staff and the Maryland Republican Party chairman announced they are considering running for his seat in Congress. Bartlett’s ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland State Police Superintendent Terrence Sheridan is retiring. Gov. Martin O’Malley made the announcement Friday. The governor says Marcus Brown, who is currently the chief of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police, will replace Sheridan on Aug. 1 to ...Read More »
OWINGS MILLS — Former NFL kicker Matt Stover will retire after a stellar career in which he scored more than 2,000 points. The Ravens say the 43-year-old will make the announcement on Thursday afternoon at Baltimore’s training complex. Stover ranks ...Read More »
The timing could not have been better for Judge Diane O. Leasure. Her 15-year term on the Howard County Circuit Court expires later this year. An adjunct professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, she ...Read More »
Among the first things Edward Smith Jr. will do when he retires from practicing law in two years is enroll in creative-writing classes. “I have to unlearn all of this legal stuff,” he said. “I think I can make a ...Read More »
Snow packs an icy punch It wasn’t the storm of the century, but a cold, wet mess that packed a one-two punch snarled business in much of the state. If you think your neighborhood was bad, spare a thought for tractor-trailer ...
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OWINGS MILLS — The president and CEO of Maryland Public Television is stepping down. Robert Shuman has informed the Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission and MPT staff that he plans to retire in June. Shuman came to MPT in the mid-1990s ...Read More »