In an effort to jump-start light rail transit along the U.S. 301 and Route 5 corridor, Sen. Arthur Ellis (D-Charles) is buckling down on Senate Bill 845, which he sponsored last year to restore funding for key studies that the state transportation department has repeatedly denied.
The governor’s 2021 budget will prioritize fighting violent crime in Baltimore, provide “record levels” of education funding and finish paying for a major economic development project.
A bill that would make it illegal for landlords to discriminate against voucher holders is the top priority of the new chairman of the state’s powerful Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee.
Air Force Aid Society’s General Henry “Hap” Arnold Education Grant application window is now open for the 2020-2021 academic year. Eligible recipients have until April 30 to submit applications.
President Donald J. Trump signed into law Dec. 20 the sprawling, $738 billion defense bill, making history by creating the Space Force as a stand-alone, sixth branch of the U.S. military and guaranteeing for the first time 12 weeks of paid parental leave for federal workers.
A measure banning a family member from serving as a legislative candidate’s campaign treasurer will be introduced in Maryland, the state’s House speaker said Jan. 2, after a former lawmaker and her daughter pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud for improper use of campaign funds last year.
Homicide Unit detectives have charged three suspects in connection with a fatal shooting in Temple Hills on Monday, according to a Prince George’s Police Department news release.
A thread that pulled the gunman responsible for the June 28, 2018, murders of journalists Wendi Winters, Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara and Gerald Fischman, and advertising assistant Rebecca Smith, closer to The Capital Gazette newspaper through the years is one that the justice system now has i…
The Prince George’s County Police Department reported that a suspect allegedly fleeing a gas station robbery in Fort Washington later died in Washington, D.C., after colliding with a barrier during a police pursuit last week.
As Senior Master Sgt. Steven Bradley speaks during a resiliency lunch at the Club on Joint Base Andrews last month, the door in the back of the room slowly creaks open and a group of eager smiling faces walks in with gift in hand.
The number of rapes in Maryland increased last year by 15% over the previous year, according to an annual FBI Uniform Crime Report, released Sept. 30.
Robert T. Brown pulled an oyster shell from a pile freshly harvested by a dredger from the Chesapeake Bay and talked enthusiastically about the larvae attached — a sign of a future generation critical to the health of the nation’s largest estuary.
A white man was found guilty of murder on Dec. 18 for stabbing a black college student to death at a bus stop on the University of Maryland’s campus, a crime that prosecutors had claimed was racially motivated.
Last week marked the final two nights of live harness racing for the 2019 season at Rosecroft Raceway and the venerable Fort Washington oval honored its top horses and humans amid chilling conditions.
While many burrowed indoors the third week of November as extreme record-breaking cold impinged upon life across the Mid-Atlantic, the snow machines at Wisp Ski Resort were busy whirring and churning out a base layer of snow for the upcoming winter.