ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Hundreds of Maryland laws are going into effect Tuesday, spanning subjects from criminal justice reform to election law to the state’s medical cannabis commission.
One-in-three likely Democratic voters in Maryland plan to go with former Vice President Joe Biden at the polls next November, according to the newest poll from Goucher College.
After a lockout that ran through the summer, and more than half a year of its musicians playing without a contract, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s management and players have agreed on a deal running through Sept. 6, 2020.
Gov. Larry Hogan has maintained inordinately high support as a Republican in deeply blue Maryland, though residents aren’t feeling quite as rosy about the direction of the state, according to the latest poll from Goucher College.
A working group examining Baltimore County’s response to the opioid epidemic published a draft report this week with 11 recommendations for tackling the drug crisis, including the establishment of recovery homes for people battling addiction.
Currently, the county has zero.
With approval of Rash Field agreement, Waterfront Partnership says work on redesigned park can start this winter
A waterfront transformation years in the making is finally close to breaking ground, with the approval of a management agreement today allowing the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore to oversee construction of a new Rash Field.
With Donald Trump and GOP members of Congress in town for the House Republican Conference on Thursday, about 150 anti-Trump protesters gathered at the corner of President Street and Eastern Avenue to “welcome” the president.
A second outgoing longtime council member has endorsed a hopeful successor, with Mary Pat Clarke backing Odette Ramos in the 14th District race.