April 12, 2011
Bill to Stop Natural Gas Drilling Fails, Along with Other Environmental Legislation

A bill that would have imposed a two-year moratorium on natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale formation while an environmental impact study was completed stalled in the Senate this legislative session after easily passing the House.

October 20, 2000
Buyout Response Could Determine Tobacco Future

ANNAPOLIS – It’s a week into the two-and-a-half month application period for Maryland’s tobacco buyout program and 75 farmers have already signed up

April 12, 2011
Cardin Pushes for Federal Oversight of Natural Gas Fracking

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., on Tuesday called for a change to federal law to allow the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate the natural gas drilling process of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking.”

December 18, 2000
Developers Consider Archeological Past While Looking to the Future


December 7, 2000
Glendening Names Spending Priorities: Maryland Universities, Transportation, Smart Growth

ANNAPOLIS – A “major” higher education construction program will be the focal point of Maryland Gov

September 29, 2000
Glendening’s Moonlighting Gig; Spreading the Gospel of Gore

CHEVY CHASE – That was Gov

November 4, 2014
GOP Election Upset: Hogan Defeats Dem Anthony Brown to Become Gov

See the full results of the 2014 election on our special election page.

September 21, 2000
Gore Makes Rare Maryland Campaign Stop – in Hollywood


October 27, 2000
Halloween Haberdashery Hiatus for Gore, Bush

ANNAPOLIS – No goblins

November 3, 2000
High Voter Turnout Expected, Despite Maryland’s Limited Role on National Stage

ANNAPOLIS – A down-to-the-wire presidential race that pundits and polls predict will be the closest in 40 years has produced a flood of last-minute Maryland voter registrations, leaving elections officials predicting a record turnout Tuesday