A bill that would have imposed a two-year moratorium on natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale formation while an environmental impact study was completed stalled in the Senate this legislative session after easily passing the House.
Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., on Tuesday called for a change to federal law to allow the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate the natural gas drilling process of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking.”
ANNAPOLIS – A “major” higher education construction program will be the focal point of Maryland Gov
ANNAPOLIS – The imminent demolition of Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium was blocked Wednesday, when two members of the three-person Board of Public Works indicated they would not vote for its destruction – at least for a few weeks
ANNAPOLIS – The number of full-time state employees grew 2 percent in the past decade, to 78,387, spurred by increases of 14 percent in college employees and 26 percent in public safety workers, according to a new report
BALTIMORE – In the weeks before Opening Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in 1998 and 1999, concession workers were not the only ones scurrying about in the stadium’s four dozen food stands, kitchens, restaurants, and holding areas
ANNAPOLIS – A down-to-the-wire presidential race that pundits and polls predict will be the closest in 40 years has produced a flood of last-minute Maryland voter registrations, leaving elections officials predicting a record turnout Tuesday