Eclectic Treasure in State’s Capital is a Community Affair

Hidden off the beaten path this charming bookstore on Maryland Avenue in Annapolis has served the locals for almost 10 years.

State Report Aims to Help Maryland Campuses Address Sexual Assault

Attorney General Doug Gansler on Thursday announced a state report on sexual assault on Maryland’s campuses — a national issue recently addressed by the Obama administration through its “It’s On Us” campaign.

Hogan Begins Transition Team with Democrat at Head of Budget and Tax Policy

Gov.-elect Larry J. Hogan Jr. has named Robert Neall, a former Republican-turned-Democrat, to his transition team as head of budget and taxation.

Former Secretary of State Rallies for Brown in the Last Days of the Campaign

With just five days left in Maryland’s election campaign, former first lady, New York senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came to support Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s gubernatorial bid.

Brown Attempts to Become Maryland’s First Lieutenant Governor to Gain a Promotion

In the last leg of the race to Government House, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and his running mate, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman plan to welcome Hillary Rodham Clinton to Maryland.

Hogan is Asking Voters to Elect a Financial Manager for the State

With days to go in the Maryland gubernatorial election, Larry Hogan and Boyd Rutherford have hit the road in a bus, delivering an economic message to the state’s voters.

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.

Maryland Democrats Continue to Press Hogan on School Construction Funding

Maryland’s Democratic leaders on Thursday said Larry Hogan plans to cut $450 million from school construction funding – a claim Maryland House Minority Leader Nicholaus Kipke said was an “outrageous lie.”

Two Dozen Holding ‘Most Misunderstood’ Job Meet Weeks Before Election

Sixteen of the 24 registers of wills are running for re-election unopposed this November. They are all gathering in Ocean City this week for the biannual conference of the Registers of Wills Association.

Maryland Campaign-Finance Complaints Stack Up as Election Day Nears

The Maryland State Board of Elections has received more than a dozen complaints of campaign finance violations since the beginning of the year.