Board approves $9 million for five wrongly convicted men

The Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $9 million to award to five men who were wrongly convicted.

Annapolis remembers Cummings as ‘giant of a man with a gentle soul’

Elijah Cummings became known to the nation as a Democratic leader in Congress. But his roots in public service are in Annapolis, where he is being remembered fondly by officials from both parties.

Board hopes international travel at BWI grows

Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, sitting in for Gov. Larry Hogan, wats to see Baltimore/Washington International Airport’s position in the Washington, D.C., market expand, particularly in the area of international travel.

Hogan Announces Budget, Touts Education as Priority

Twenty-four hours after being sworn in, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced his 2016 budget, cutting agency spending by 2 percent, but increasing funding for K-12 schools and higher ed.

With New Faces in State Government Come New Sandwich Names at Chick and Ruth’s

When Republican Gov. Larry Hogan was sworn in Wednesday, he brought with him promises of bipartisanship in government — and at lunch.

Larry Hogan Sworn In as 62nd Governor of Maryland, Faces Challenging Term

Amid a flurry of snowflakes, security officers and supporters, real estate company owner Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. rested his hand on a bible and swore to serve Maryland to the best of his ability, becoming the 62nd governor of Maryland.

Hogan Begins Transition Team with Democrat at Head of Budget and Tax Policy

Gov.-elect Larry J. Hogan Jr. has named Robert Neall, a former Republican-turned-Democrat, to his transition team as head of budget and taxation.

Hogan is Asking Voters to Elect a Financial Manager for the State

With days to go in the Maryland gubernatorial election, Larry Hogan and Boyd Rutherford have hit the road in a bus, delivering an economic message to the state’s voters.