Md. Company Maintains International Cult Following

Smith’s Rosebud Salve is a beauty product made entirely within Maryland’s borders, but its brand name stretches far beyond the borders of the country.

World’s Largest Labrador Retriever Dog Show

The largest collection of Labrador retrievers in the world comes to Frederick, Md., for the annual Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac’s spring specialty show.

O’Malley Still Pushing For Transportation Funding

Gov. Martin O’Malley continues to push for ways to raise much-needed revenue for transportation infrastructure projects. On Wednesday, O’Malley again suggested that adding a penny to the general state sales tax could be a more viable solution than the 6 percent gas tax.

Smoking Ban Sees No Opposition On First Reading

No one came to testify Tuesday against a bill that would impose penalties on drivers who smoke with a child under the age of 8 in the car.

Gov. O’Malley Says Gas Tax Would Address Safety, Congestion Concerns

Gov. Martin O’Malley defended his proposed six percent sales tax on gasoline before House and Senate committees Wednesday, saying Maryland needs to address crumbling transportation infrastructure and crippling traffic congestion.

Electric Car Charging Stations Cause A Stir

Prohibiting cars that run solely on gas from parking at electric vehicle charging stations is elitist, according to Maryland Sen. E.J. Pipkin, R-Cecil. Regardless, the Senate is poised to vote in favor of a bill that would do just that.

Maryland Transportation Bills Clash

Two transportation bills heard in the House of Delegates Ways and Means Committee Wednesday would basically cancel each other out.

Maryland Beekeepers Want Defined Honey

Maryland beekeepers are rallying around a bill Wednesday afternoon that would set a standard for honey sold in the state. Under the new bill, only pure honey could be labeled as such.

Maryland’s Texting Ban Excludes Voice Command Texts

Driving and texting while using voice recognition technology on smart phones is legal in Maryland, according to an advice letter from the Office of the Attorney General.

Bill Would Let Owners Sue for Sick Pups

If HB 131 passes, pet owners will be able to file civil suit against pet retailers for up to two times their pet’s retail value for medical expenses if their dog gets sick within 14 days of purchase.