Gov. Larry Hogan will be among the pols gathering in New Hampshire this weekend as candidates look to make a final push to voters ahead of Tuesday’s primary. Read More →
A new grant will be used to give the MARC train’s rail cars an upgrade. Read More →
The tone of Gov. Larry Hogan’s State of the State address to the legislature Wednesday was far more conciliatory than last year. But for many Democrats the tune was all too familiar, and they weren’t singing along.
Addressing the Democrat-controlled General Assembly, he used the word “together” 26 times and the word “bipartisan” six times in his half-hour speech. He talked about the legislators working with him and helping him, he challenged them “to put aside partisanship.” Read More →
With the first round of voting in the 2016 elections in the books, we’re back to relying on polls for info about public opinion. As they head back to the phones this week, one polling firm is endeavoring to settle a vexing question that has been around about as long as the 2016 campaign itself: Is Joe Flacco elite? Read More →
When President Obama came to town last week, we all knew he was talking legislative strategy with House Democrats. But a visit away from Washington always seems to mean finding some time in the schedule for Obama. This time, it was Ravens Running Back Justin Forsett who got to meet the President. Even though the 30-year-old is already an NFL player, he was in awe of meeting the Commander in Chief. Read More →
Serial pushed Adnan Syed’s case into the national conscience, but the courtroom drama portion of the tale will play out off the air. Starting Wednesday morning, Syed will be back in court in Baltimore as he seeks a new trial. Read More →
The lead-contaminated drinking water that has plagued Flint, Mich., has prompted a $150-million-plus class-action suit filed by Baltimore attorney William H. Murphy Jr. Read More →
The deadline to file candidacy in city elections is Wednesday, meaning the candidates that say they are running now will be on the ballot. Several of the candidates have started out the week with a flurry of activity. Let’s check in: Read More →
With the presidential race reaching the time of actual voting and the Baltimore mayor’s race reaching the time of actual campaigning, it might be easy to let Maryland’s other big race slide under the rug. The race for the seat formerly held by U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski is set to come into focus after one potential contender decided against a run. Read More →
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