Jobs Top Priority for O’Malley

Despite Maryland’s economic strengths, including a highly educated and skilled workforce, business leaders and others argue change is needed to make the state a more attractive place to do business.

Job Creation Top Priority for O’Malley

ANNAPOLIS – Gov

Medical Marijuana Work Group Scheduled to Make Recommendations by Friday

A medical marijuana work group will recommend two models for new legislation. One would assign medical marijuana distribution solely to academic institutions, while the other would permit physicians to recommend its use as treatment and establish state-regulated growers and distributors.

Medical Marijuana Work Group Scheduled to Make Recommendations by Friday

ANNAPOLIS – A medical marijuana work group created in the spring by the legislature will recommend by Friday two models for new legislation

Despite Rising Food Costs, Some Still Go for Organic Thanksgiving

ANNAPOLIS – Preparing a traditional Thanksgiving feast for a slew of family and friends will mean shelling out extra dough this year, with a typical meal costing 13 percent more than last year, according to a national survey

Homeless Baltimoreans Find Lifesaving Care

Health Care for the Homeless delivers care to approximately 7,000 individuals in Baltimore each year, providing adult and pediatric medical care, mental health services, dental care and addiction treatment.

Homeless Baltimoreans Find Lifesaving Care

BALTIMORE – Tony Friend can easily recall the date – May 28, 2008

After Grim Diagnosis, Parents Turn to Internet, Social Networks

ANNAPOLIS – Julie Leach knew something was amiss during a routine check-up

After Grim Diagnosis, Parents Turn to Internet, Social Networks

The Internet has increasingly become the place where people connect with others who share similar diagnoses, through blogging, Facebook and other social media.

Kids Tell Board of Public Works that No AC Makes School Difficult

A group of Baltimore County parents asked the Board of Public Works on Wednesday to deny Baltimore County’s $7 million request for school construction spending, a proposal that included a locker room renovation and stage lighting replacement project, but not the installation of a single air conditioning unit.