In move to electric vehicles, Maryland is doing better than most

Weaning the nation off of gas-fueled vehicles might be easier said than done, although Maryland is doing better than most states.

Environmental lessons for Maryland in wake of COVID-19

Over 20 months since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the environmental impact of the virus has illuminated existing inequities in Maryland, while also offering a blueprint for the future. 

Maryland, nation brace for Thanksgiving travel surge

About 53.4 million people nationwide are expected to travel for Thanksgiving this year, a 13% rise from last year and the highest single-year increase since 2005,  according to estimates from AAA.

Proposed Chesapeake Bay funds aim to curb pollution

As much as $737 million in proposed funding expected to be included as part of the budget reconciliation package being negotiated in Congress would be used toward reducing pollution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

Hogan touts vaccine booster rollout, criticizes Biden administration

Gov. Larry Hogan urged every eligible Marylander to receive a booster shot six months after their second dose.     

New Maryland laws affect police, voting, LGBTQ+ rights

New laws going into effect in Maryland on Friday will put into action police and criminal justice reforms, address early voting, and increase protections for LGBTQ+ people.

Education reform panel resists Hogan’s diversity request

The current nominees for the seven members of the education reform panel do not represent Latino communities, the Eastern Shore, Western Maryland or any other rural jurisdictions. Gov. Larry Hogan’s request to reopen the application process to more accurately reflect the student population has not been addressed yet.