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1 hr ago | The Washington Post
MARYLAND GOV. Martin O'Malley has been a prolific tax-raiser, having advocated or acceded to some 40 new or increased levies since taking office almost seven years ago.
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4 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
Del. Heather Mizeur 's decision to accept public financing for her gubernatorial campaign may be a transparent attempt to turn what is likely to be a massive fundraising deficit into some shred of advantage.
5 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
Every day, Maryland beer distributors safely and efficiently deliver thousands of labels of beer to local retail stores, restaurants and bars for Marylanders to purchase and enjoy - from the Baltimore Harbor to the Eastern Shore to the Washington Metropolitan Area.
11 hrs ago | Patch.com
Written by Tim Lemke Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot said the state should focus "110 percent" of its energy on making things easier for small businesses, and reiterated his call for the government to operate more efficiently.
Seeking to put the brakes on a five-year decline in enrollment that saw the number of students in Maryland's nonpublic schools shrink by 22 percent, nonpublic school advocates are pushing state lawmakers to pass a business tax credit they believe will help stabilize their schools.
Virginia may get its own state-level results in the next administration of the international test known as PISA, which compares performance in math, science and reading for students around the world.
We got a little carried away when we saw that Ohio beat out Maryland as the state in which people are most likely to curse.
State Sen. Brian Frosh announced plans to introduce legislation in the upcoming session of the Maryland General Assembly that will criminalize the practice of people posing as others and posting personal ads soliciting strangers to commit sexual crimes against that person.
Because of backlogs, Maryland on Monday extended an important deadline for those hoping to have health benefits by January using the state's health care enrollment website.
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The National Weather Service has issued the following alert: ...AIR QUALITY ALERT IS IN EFFECT FOR TUESDAY DECEMBER 3 2013... THE MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT HAS ISSUED A CODE ORANGE AIR QUALITY ALERT TUESDAY FOR WESTERN MARYLAND.
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Fortunately, travelers will have an easier ride home. Many saw major delays as the area was slammed with rain Tuesday and part of Wednesday.
By Aviva Woolf, Capital News Service Food allergies in children have risen 50 percent since the late 1990s, with Maryland and D.C. having some of the highest rates in the country.