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The former policy director for Michelle Obama is the only woman so far to enter the race. But questions linger about her eligibility for the... [Read More]
Kamenetz is expected to announce a run for Maryland governor this week.The email could violate state ethics rules that prohibit using government time and resources... [Read More]
The Democrat has been a critic of Gov. Larry Hogan and a strong proponent of immigrant protections. [Read More]
The governor said he is willing to offer significant state investments, including transportation improvements and financial incentives. [Read More]
The governor says he will not sign the plan, which the U.S. Department of Education must approve in order for the state to receive federal... [Read More]
Advocates plan to make the issue a top focus of the 2018 legislative session and election, and more than 330 groups have pledged support for... [Read More]
Officials announced new initiatives to boost apartment inspections and help tenants understand their rights and report housing-law violations, all part of a 2016 law. [Read More]
(c) 2017, The Washington Post. Maryland's Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved a scaled-back version of a plan that Gov. Larry Hogan proposed last... [Read More]
The plan, a scaled-back version of the $67 million in reductions Gov. Larry Hogan (R) requested last week, eliminates a proposal to trim $6 million... [Read More]
On a late afternoon earlier this summer, Jeffersonville Chief of Police Kenny Kavanaugh was driving down 10th Street when he noticed a man lying on... [Read More]
Budget secretary says the reductions, which would have to be approved by the Board of Public Works, would help the state "get ahead" of future... [Read More]
Gov. Larry Hogan said the project will relieve congestion along the only central Maryland route to the Eastern Shore. [Read More]
The Republican governor plans to push the proposal during Maryland's next legislative session, saying it is necessary in light of Baltimore's surging homicide rate and... [Read More]
More than 200 geese were removed from Clarksville's town hall campus in mid-June, part of a plan to prevent further soil erosion and damage from... [Read More]
Boy Scouts Gunnar Duckwall, 9, left, and Zeric Daniel, 7, tour the picnic tables, selling popcorn at Sellersburg Celebrates on Saturday. [Read More]
Owner and president Chuck Mattingly took over Horner Novelty in 1986. Before they sold costumes and party supplies, the store pushed bingo and carnival supplies.... [Read More]
A Nugent Sand Company mining machine collects sand and gravel from the coast line of an inlet of the Ohio River in Bethlehem. Staff Photos... [Read More]
Political gerrymandering lawsuit is on hold pending outcome in similar Supreme Court case... [Read More]
The high school cheer clinic leaders sit in a circle with the younger cheerleaders to introduce themselves before breaking up into groups. [Read More]
The foundation of a house in The Fields of St. Joe in Sellersburg waits for flooring and walls to make it a home. Staff Photo... [Read More]