WASHINGTON – Effective hurricane forecasts, greener construction practices and individual preparedness are keys to mitigating hurricane damage in the coming years, according to experts. In a press conference at the National Press Club Tuesday, Gerry Bell, a climate change specialist…
Prince George’s County officials joined an NAACP lawsuit against the Trump administration on Wednesday, concerned that the upcoming 2020 census may undercount minority citizens.
WASHINGTON – Maryland state officials and the Environmental Protection Agency have worked to restore the Chesapeake Bay and combat climate change over the past eight years, but uncertainty surrounds the future of these policies as a new administration enters the…
Metro riders may soon see fewer delays, fewer accidents and incidents and more police in stations. Those are the goals of the new head of the troubled, 40-year-old rail system, but he’s facing huge challenges, as a Metro report released Thursday vividly illustrated.
WASHINGTON — Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake spoke at the National Press Club for the United States Conference of Mayors. She focused on developing healthy relationships between people and the police.
Although technology enables public files to be shared and accessed on the Web easily, a panel of experts agreed Wednesday that transparency between the government and the press still requires improvement.
The infrastructure of passenger and transit rail hangs in the balance without long-term federal funding, according to a report released Friday by the BlueGreen Alliance and the Environmental Law and Policy Center (ELPC).