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1 hr ago | CBS Local
Governor Martin O'Malley announced Wednesday that all 23 counties in Maryland and Baltimore City have applied for $10 million in state funds, and has been approved.
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5 hrs ago | Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Maryland Department of Natural Resources Secretary Joe Gill, and the Department of the Environment Secretary Bob Summers, today announced the winners of the Color Maryland Green contest at an award ceremony at Tawes Garden in Annapolis.
9 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
A federal judge in Washington has dismissed the high-profile discrimination lawsuit of a Gallaudet University official who claimed she was unfairly demoted for signing a petition to put Maryland's same-sex marriage law to referendum.
13 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington
And thanks to legislation awaiting Gov. Martin O'Malley's approval, this dream might finally become a reality for Maryland microbrewery regulars.
17 hrs ago | Gazette.net
April showers are said to bring May flowers, but in College Park, residents hope they will bring environmental consciousness and perhaps some eco-friendly prizes.
Equality Maryland PAC, the political action committee for the Free State's major LGBT-rights organization, released a fourth wave of candidate endorsements for those seeking office in the General Assembly, expanding its total number of legislative endorsements to 91. The organization previously endorsed the ticket of Lt.
Democratic Maryland gubernatorial candidate Douglas Gansler on Monday disparaged his primary opponent's service in Iraq, criticizing him as "somebody who has never managed anybody, never run anything."
Nearly 4,800 families on Maryland's Eastern Shore will soon be saving on their energy bills.
Maryland is poised to become the 18th state, along with the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, to protect employees from unlawful discrimination based on gender identity.
Randy Marriner doesn't employ any minimum wage workers at his Columbia restaurant, but he is concerned about the pending hike to Maryland's new salary requirements.
ONE FIREFIGHTER WAS ALSO TREATED FOR MINOR INJURIES. A VETERANS GROUP IS DEMANDING AN APOLOGY FROM DOUG GANSLER.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown picked up an endorsement of his gubernatorial bid Monday from a labor organization representing roofers, plumbers, bricklayers and other building trades workers in the region.
Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyards is one of Maryland's premium producers. Located on the borde between Frederick and Montgomery counties, it's open seven days a week.
Sen. Verna Jones-Rodwell, a Democrat who has represented a Baltimore district for 15 years, says she will retire when her term ends.
That shift reflects a softer attitude among Americans toward the smoking of cannabis, most commonly known as pot.