Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan delivered his State of the State speech Wednesday, touting many accomplishments during his first four years in office. The Republican gave himself credit for a few strokes of good fortune on tax relief, and seemed to be banking on getting all...

ANNAPOLIS — Legislation from members of the Frederick County delegation continued to move forward this week.

Teacher rights

Freshman Del. Ken Kerr (D-Frederick) made his first appearance at a House committee hearing on Tuesday to defend a bill to protect Maryland School...

The Frederick Community Action Agency has applied to be the local sponsor of the Child and Adult Care Food Program in Frederick County.

Nearly 200 local child care providers participate in the federally funded program that reimburses care providers for providing healthy...

ANNAPOLIS — Frederick County lawmakers agreed on Friday to uncap local beer producers.

A bill this session with the county delegation’s support will carve out an exception for small breweries in Frederick County by raising the cap on the number of barrels of beer they c...

ANNAPOLIS — Two tax bills — one aimed at retirees and the other at medical cannabis — overcame their first hurdle at the General Assembly this week, but their future is far from certain.

A handful of residents supported the bills, which Sen. Ron Young (D-District 3) spo...

Sen. Ron Young was only 34 when he took over as mayor of Frederick, but he oversaw the devastating flood of 1976 and a series of projects that shaped the way the city looks today. After a 16-year tenure and two subsequent re-election defeats, he re-entered the politica...

January 16, 2019

Annapolis, MD – Citing hardship faced by over 147,000 Maryland federal employees, a group of 28 Maryland State Senators today called upon President Trump to initiate a bipartisan compromise that ends the partial federal government shutdown.

In a letter to President Trum...

January 11, 2019

ANNAPOLIS — By the time the 90-day General Assembly session ends in April, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. said he expects his chamber to introduce more than 1,000 bills, but first he needs his members to put them in the hopper.

Sen. Ron Young (D-District 3)...

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