After a months-long process of forming a task force on the state’s beer laws and holding meetings, Comptroller Peter Franchot released proposals in December 2016 for loosening restrictions on Maryland’s craft breweries.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Sues Baltimore’s Public School System Over Rejected Public Information Request
Local TV news conglomerate Sinclair Broadcast Group has filed a lawsuit against Baltimore City Public Schools over the school system’s denial of a public information request from one of Sinclair’s reporters.
Unlike in past years, the city won’t be auctioning off homes this year if their owners owe more than $750 in unpaid water bills.
Gov. Larry Hogan plans to submit a bill to the General Assembly in January that, if passed, he says will mitigate the worst effects of the tax overhaul measure that passed through Congress today.
Seven Maryland lawmakers have asked the state forego building a high-speed train route through their towns in Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties.
Maryland’s governor is banking on the Beltway and outer interstates as the keys to improving commuter transportation in Maryland.
In line with salary bumps from past years, Mayor Catherine Pugh, all 15 Baltimore City Council members, the city comptroller and liquor board members will each be getting paid more starting Jan. 1, 2018.
For better or worse, The Boring Company could have its high-powered digging machines up and running in Maryland by next month.
Maryland cannabis regulators have now awarded full licenses to Baltimore’s first two medical marijuana providers.
Canada’s Olympic teams will be rocking footwear designed in South Baltimore for the next eight years.