When Republican Gov. Larry Hogan was sworn in Wednesday, he brought with him promises of bipartisanship in government — and at lunch.
Amid a flurry of snowflakes, security officers and supporters, real estate company owner Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. rested his hand on a bible and swore to serve Maryland to the best of his ability, becoming the 62nd governor of Maryland.
President Obama was expected to talk about plans for expanding high speed Internet access, boosting manufacturing manufacturing and other ideas that could impact Marylanders.
In Gov.-elect Larry Hogan’s final press conference before he takes office Wednesday, he named outgoing state Senator David Brinkley, R-Carroll and Frederick, as the new secretary of Budget and Management, along with 21 other appointments.
Supporters rally in front of the Maryland State House, Wednesday, calling for increased standards for clean energy.
Outgoing Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley expressed gratitude and a sentiment for history Friday morning as he presented the restoration progress of the Old Senate Chamber in the Maryland State House in Annapolis.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan’s transition team has curtains pulled tight over the budget until after he takes office, but many education groups are gearing up to fight for programs they feel are particularly endangered.
The Democrats in Maryland’s Congressional delegation sent Gov.-elect Larry Hogan a letter Thursday expressing strong support for the Red Line transit project in Baltimore and the Purple Line project in suburban Washington.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan added his signature to Comptroller Peter Franchot’s “Let Summer Be Summer” petition Thursday morning, totaling 13,244 people in support of a later start date for public schools.