Some in Maryland LGBT community concerned about treatment under new administration

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Delegate Maggie McIntosh, D-Baltimore, said she is concerned about LGBT residents in Maryland after the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump. “I am not worried about an erosion of legal rights, I am worried about an erosion…

While not mainstream sport, falconry has dedicated following

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — With blood on her beak and her prize between her talons, Glory looked up, pleased with herself. The search for the rabbit had been going on for about 10 minutes, but the hunt itself lasted less than…

Maryland grows more politically polarized, like rest of U.S.

While Maryland voted for the Democratic candidate in 2016 for the seventh straight presidential election, a deepening Republican loyalty in more rural areas of the state indicates increased polarization throughout Maryland

Maryland board approves $82 million cut in state spending

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — The Maryland Board of Public Works voted unanimously in favor of $82 million in cuts to state spending Wednesday in Annapolis. Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic board members Comptroller Peter Franchot and Treasurer Nancy Kopp agreed…

Maryland focuses on Zika, despite lack of cases

Mosquito season may be waning in Maryland, but Zika research here is in full force.

Security experts question Maryland’s online ballot system

Easy access to driver’s license numbers, recent cyber crimes make Maryland’s new web-based ballot system vulnerable to hacking, some say.