Eighth Graders Urge Assembly to Protect Terrapins

ANNAPOLIS – Eighth-grade students from St

Gay Marriage Amendment Has Hearing in Senate

ANNAPOLIS – Supporters of a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage brought their fight back to Annapolis Wednesday and urged legislators to give the people of Maryland a chance to vote on the issue

MDE Announces “Flush Tax” Numbers, Dates

BALTIMORE – The Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund has collected over $58

Navy Football Star Charged With Rape of Female Midshipman

ANNAPOLIS – Senior quarterback and co-captain of the 2005 Navy football team Lamar Owens has been charged with raping a female midshipman late last month in her dorm room at the U

Opponents of Blackwater Development Bring Fight to Annapolis

ANNAPOLIS – Opponents of a proposed 3,200-home development south of Cambridge near the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge brought their fight to Annapolis Tuesday, asking the General Assembly to block all or part of a planned resort community they say will damage the fragile environment near the refuge

Same-Sex Marriage Amendment Again Blocked in House

ANNAPOLIS – Opponents of gay marriage failed again Friday to get the House of Delegates to vote on the issue

Gay Marriage Bill Killed after Democratic Maneuvering

ANNAPOLIS – The Republican-led campaign for a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage suffered a major setback Thursday, when a House committee killed legislation which was intended to put the measure before the voters in November

Debate on Gay Marriage Amendment Begins in Legislature

ANNAPOLIS – Legislators heard over five hours of emotional testimony in a packed hearing Tuesday on a proposal to put before Maryland voters a constitutional amendment banning gay marriages and civil unions