Dozens of Maryland bills are becoming law without Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature, among them one that allows Montgomery County-owned liquor stores to sell chilled beer or wine but only if that beer or wine is flowing into a growler or refillable container.
When billionaire Robert F. Smith announced he would pay off the student debt of Morehouse College’s graduating class of 2019, this local graduate was stunned.
A Frederick, Maryland, pediatrician charged with the sexual abuse of a teenage patient earlier this month now faces dozens of additional charges.
In response to a recent Washington Post report on the University of Maryland’s handling of its adenovirus outbreak, USM Board of Regents issued a statement. But the father of a student who died was unconvinced.
The Montgomery County Council voted on a $5.8 billion budget that includes an increase in parking fees in the Bethesda, Maryland, area and funding for education, libraries and public transit, among others.
Montgomery County Council members are asking police to release “all body camera footage” from the May 9 incident in which a white county police officer is heard using a racial slur when confronting a group of black men outside a McDonald’s in White Oak.
In a preliminary vote Tuesday, the council agreed to hold off on increasing parking rates in Silver Spring and delay expanding the hours for paid parking in Wheaton. They also proposed to limit any increase to on-street parking in Bethesda.
A bill designed to protect the health and safety of college athletes has been signed into law in Maryland, following the death of 19-year-old student-athlete Jordan McNair last year.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed 182 new bills into law, including some that regulate tobacco sales, addresses violence against pregnant women, and make accessing health care easier.
After a recent case in Frederick, Maryland, experts will help parents learn the techniques police and child advocates use when speaking with children who might have been assaulted or abused. The presentation is Tuesday, May 14. Learn more.
Maryland’s Department of Agriculture is issuing warnings about the illegal use of the pesticide carbofuran as state and federal officials continue their investigation into the poisoning deaths of bald eagles on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Just a week after former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh stepped down amid scandal, Bernard C. “Jack” Young was sworn in as the city’s 51st mayor. See photos.
Maryland’s Gov. Larry Hogan continues to have high approval numbers statewide, but the latest poll from Gonzalez Research shows that in a hypothetical matchup in a GOP primary against President Donald Trump, Hogan would face an uphill slog.
A new survey of likely voters in Baltimore’s next mayoral primary shows that 63% were ready to see former Mayor Catherine Pugh leave office and that when it comes time to find a replacement in the upcoming election, the contest is “wide open.”
The Law Enforcement Trust and Transparency Act requires that when someone dies after contact with police, two investigators “from an independent law enforcement entity” be appointed to open an inquiry, and that when complete, that report should be made public.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.