Ask youth league directors, rink coordinators, shop owners and anyone associated else with ice hockey why the sport is growing in Maryland and the answer is the same: The Washington Capitals and Alexander Ovechkin.
Brian Marron is a reporter for the Annapolis bureau of the Capital News Service covering the Board of Public Works, sports and other affairs. He is a junior at the University of Maryland and previously worked for PressBox in Baltimore, The Montgomery County Sentinel, NFL Draft Bible, <a href=”http://www.publicasian.com/” Public Asian and <a href=”http://www.wmuc.umd.edu/” WMUC radio. email@example.com
The Maryland Board of Public Works Wednesday excoriated state and company officials after a prison-food contract granted earlier this year vastly underestimated the necessary costs.
For the second consecutive meeting, the Board of Public Works on Wednesday criticized the University System of Maryland for vague and confusing language in requests for additional construction funding totaling more than $29 million, but eventually voted to approve the projects.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot, a Democrat, on Wednesday again railed in frustration against the procurement processes of state agencies requesting contract approval from the Board of Public Works.
After some discussion and two failed amendments, the Maryland Senate on Friday passed a bill decriminalizing the use or possession of marijuana paraphernalia.
Reporters stepped into the boots of firefighters Wednesday with the Prince George’s County Fire/Emergency Medical Services Department
No news is good news as Maryland’s expected revenues for this and the next fiscal years remain virtually unchanged, Comptroller Peter Franchot said Wednesday afternoon.
Domestic violence legislation led the way Friday afternoon at a Maryland House Judiciary Committee hearing that also included measures on juvenile justice and cyber stalking laws.
A trio of bills on snooping dominated the agenda at a Maryland House Economic Matters Committee hearing Wednesday.
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan — along with the rest of the Board of Public Works — did not hide his irritation with Maryland universities’ request for nearly $35 million in construction funding above original estimates, after officials were unable…