ANNAPOLIS — Students sat in the state Senate gallery on Tuesday and looked down at lawmakers as they debated one last time whether Maryland schools should be able to open before Labor Day.

Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller acknowledged the onlooking students as Min...

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland could be the first state to ban foam food containers statewide, but it would mean taking legislation where it's never gone before.

For the third straight year, the Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on a bill...

February 11, 2019

A group of local child care providers broke into applause at Thursday’s meeting of the city’s Board of Aldermen after the Frederick Community Action Agency received approval to move forward with sponsorship of the countywide Child and Adult Care Food Program.

“This was...

ANNAPOLIS — The Senate chamber appeared split down party lines on whether school systems should again be allowed to start classes before Labor Day, but there was local bipartisan support among the partisan fray.

Sen. Ron Young (D-Frederick) and Sen. Michael Hough (R-Fre...

Several General Assembly bills introduced this week take aim at reforming aspects of how Maryland prisons use restrictive housing.

Proposed Senate bills would add regulations to how the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services isolates incarcerated...

BURKITTSVILLE, Md. — Paul Gilligan is standing inside a West Main Street storefront that predates the Civil War, waving a cigar and talking about a battle he says is too often overlooked.

Days before Antietam, the single deadliest day in American military history, the B...

The State House debate over whether the school year in Maryland should start after Labor Day reached a fevered pitch Thursday.

Voting along party lines, the state Senate gave preliminary approval to legislation from Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Chair Paul...

February 5, 2019

Our office has been contacted several times with questions about filing 2018 taxes in light of the changes to federal tax law contained in the Tax Reform Act of 2017. The Maryland Comptroller's Office has provided a page that answers most common questions:

https://taxes...

Maryland Sen. Ron Young says multiple tech company executives have told him they will consider moving out of the state if an accounting tax change he is proposing gets passed by the General Assembly.

Young wants to call their bluff.

A bill proposed by Young, a Democ...

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