Anne Arundel program tackles drug addiction but challenges remain

Among a growing number in Maryland, Jenna Keefer has struggled with drug addiction. Keefer moved in with her then-boyfriend when she was 18 years old. She said they started experimenting with different prescription pain pills before later turning to heroin.

Questions Loom Over Effects of State’s Oyster Recovery Efforts on Watermen’s Bottom Lines

While the state seeds the beds, are oystermen missing out?

Can a Failed Presidential Bid Still Boost O’Malley’s Career?

Martin O’Malley still isn’t polling well in his quest to become president, but neither were other politicians with similar numbers in past elections who used the race to attain national prominence.

O’Malley’s Push for More Debates Gains Support

For weeks, former-Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has been aggressively pressuring the Democratic National Committee to allow more than six presidential primary debates, a move that gained some traction last week when two top party officials publicly criticized the debate schedule.

Marvin Mandel Lived Longer than any Governor in Maryland’s History

Former Gov. Marvin Mandel died this week at 95.

How Republican Larry Hogan Won in Blue Maryland

Republican Larry J. Hogan Jr. shocked political observers by winning Maryland’s gubernatorial race by over four points, beating Democrat Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.

Tough Night for O’Malley Goes Beyond Governor’s Race

On a night when his hand-picked successor for governor, Anthony Brown, suffered a surprising loss, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley also watched more than half of the Democratic candidates he spent the last year campaigning for lose in the Republican wave that swept the country Tuesday.

Brown Skirts Presidential Endorsements

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown declined to say whether he would endorse a presidential run by Gov. Martin O’Malley, saying that he is focused on Maryland’s general election, less than three weeks away.

Gov. O’Malley Asks Hispanic Lawyers For Help With State’s Refugee Children

Martin O’Malley addressed a crowded ballroom at The Hispanic National Bar Association, asking for their help providing legal representation for the state’s refugees from Central America.

Maryland Looks to Other States to Help Improve Air Quality

A large percentage of Maryland’s air pollution could be reduced after the Supreme Court ruled last month that the EPA has the authority to regulate emissions that cross state borders.