The Board of Public Works voted 3-0 for the $575,000 contract Wednesday for the statues of the Maryland-born abolitionists.
By next year, visitors to the Maryland State House can expect to be greeted in the Old House Chamber by two escaped slaves from Maryland, Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass.
Top political leaders are supporting a proposal to rename the Maryland State House’s main press room in honor of the five Capital Gazette employees killed in last year’s newsroom shooting.
Every year, garden clubs from all over Maryland decorate trees for display at Maryland’s State House throughout the holidays. Here’s a sampling of what visitors can expect to find. See photos.
A plan to ensure that casino revenue in Maryland is used to increase funding for schools took one step forward with the state Senate approving the “Fix the Fund Act.”
A measure requiring presidential candidates to make their tax returns public in order to appear on Maryland’s ballot passed the state Senate on Monday night.
Del. William Folden, a Frederick County Republican who is an active police officer, expressed the need for policy clarifications during a news conference Monday.
Former Supreme Court Justice Roger B. Taney was a Maryland native and penned the 1857 Dred Scott decision. It upheld slavery in the United States and denied citizenship to black people.
Reports of smoke coming from the Maryland State House in Annapolis came in after storms rolled through the area, but officials say it was a false alarm.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.