After 42 years in law enforcement, Montgomery County Police Chief Tom Manger will be leaving the department to take a new job but says his departure should not be seen as a reflection of changes in the county’s political landscape.
It’s what residents don’t see in Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich’s proposed 2020 budget that might impress them the most: no tax increases.
In announcing a series of community conversations to be held through the spring and summer, Council President Nancy Navarro said, “When all of our residents have access to opportunities, then everybody benefits here in Montgomery County.”
Citing the case involving the I-270 crash that killed FBI agent Carlos Wolff and arson investigator Sander Cohen, Maryland lawmaker Kathy Szeliga says it’s time to require every state and local jail to hand over immigrants who are in the country illegally to federal officials.
A group of students and community activists were ejected from a hearing room in the Maryland House Office Building in Annapolis where lawmakers were voting on bills to establish a private police force on the Johns Hopkins University campus in Baltimore.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan proposed a compromise in the statewide debate over a $15 an hour minimum wage.
A former member of Maryland’s Handgun Permit Review Board was physically removed from a General Assembly hearing Friday in Annapolis after she refused requests to wrap up her testimony when her time at the witness table was up. See video.
Montgomery County council members are set to consider a bill that will prevent the county from asking prospective employees to provide pay stubs from their last job.
The ban on cigarettes, e-cigarettes and vaping would apply to patios and other outdoor areas attached to bars and restaurants. Exceptions, however, would apply to outdoor balconies and rooftop serving areas. It is expected to be signed into law.
Del. Mary Ann Lisanti, a Democrat who represents Harford County, Maryland, was disciplined by her colleagues days after it was reported that she referred to a legislative district in Prince George’s County as “a n— district.”
“I have known Mary Ann even before she ran,” the Harford County NAACP chair said. “I knew her mother. And I think her mother would be absolutely appalled by her actions.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said there are no safe levels of lead in drinking water when it comes to children, but the Environmental Protection Agency permits up to 20 parts per billion.
Maryland lawmakers heard from family members affected by gun violence as well as gun-rights supporters in Annapolis on a day that is often referred to as “gun day” in the capital.
Bills that would establish a private police force for the Johns Hopkins University campus in Baltimore were heard in Annapolis, and each one drew passionate testimony from both supporters and opponents.
The day before state legislative committees were to hold hearings over who should be regulating Maryland’s alcohol industry, key players in the debate held dueling news conferences featuring a healthy dose of trash talking.
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