Politics & Business

Medical Weed to Finally Become Available (In Limited Quanitites) in December, State Says


Maryland cannabis regulators have exciting news for the 15,000-plus patients already registered to receive marijuana for medical purposes: the industry’s opening day is merely weeks away.

MDTA Seeks Your Opinion on Where to Put the Third Bay Bridge

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The Maryland Transportation Authority wants to know where you think an additional bridge should be added to traverse the Chesapeake Bay.

Poll: Hogan Still Faring Well with Md. Voters, While Trump Remains Unfavorable

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One year out from his official bid for re-election, Maryland’s Republican governor appears to be retaining voter support in his blue state.

Gubernatorial Candidate Releases Her Own Plan to Address Sexual Harassment and Violence in Md.

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Krish Vignarajah has a plan in the works to try to root out sexual harassment and violence in business, government and schools across Maryland.

Community Forum Planned Tonight to Discuss Closure of Mondawmin Mall Target

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The conversation surrounding the closure of Mondawmin Mall Target doesn’t end with the national retailer’s jarring announcement from last week.

Howard Co. Councilman Calvin Ball to Challenge Kittleman for Executive

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A Howard County councilman has entered the race to try to unseat County Executive Allan Kittleman.

Patrick Jameson, Head of State Medical Cannabis Commission, to Resign

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The man in charge of leading the state’s regulatory cannabis agency is stepping down at the end of November.

Frosh Opts Not to Weigh in on Hogan’s Peace Cross Fight (for Now), Irking Governor

The “Peace Cross.” Photo by Ben Jacobson, via Wikimedia Commons.

Attorney General Brian Frosh isn’t quite ready to help fight for the state’s right to spend taxpayer money maintaining a 40-foot-tall cross in Prince George’s County.

Annapolis Elects Local Restaurateur as Mayor, Replacing Republican Mike Pantelides

Annapolis Mayor-elect Gavin Buckley. Photo via Gavin Buckley for Mayor/Facebook.

A small business owner and first-time politician unseated Republican incumbent Mike Pantelides last night as mayor of Annapolis.

Amazon to Bring Third Baltimore-Area Fulfillment Center – with 1,500 Jobs – to Sparrows Point

Amazon’s fulfillment center in Southeast Baltimore. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

While Amazon may not be coming to Port Covington just yet, but the global retail giant is already expanding its footprint in Baltimore.