Citizens Voice Opinions on Gun Legislation at Lt. Gov. Brown’s Town Hall

Tensions run high and opinions clash at Largo Town Hall

Visitation Center Opens in Baltimore for Children of Domestic Violence Victims

A new center providing safe, supervised visitation between children of domestic violence victims and their parents opened Tuesday in Baltimore.

Backers Gird for Purple Line Funding Battle

Prince George’s County, state and local officials called for Purple Line funding Thursday, saying the county is ready to make the rail line a reality once it finds a way to pay the hefty price tag.

Comptroller Franchot Among Potential Candidates in 2014 Gubernatorial Race

His role as, “a fiscally responsible, progressive Democrat,” will give him an advantage should he choose to run in 2014, Franchot said.

The Lieutenant Governor is Ready to Shine

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is perhaps the best known of four likely Democratic candidates for governor of Maryland in 2014.

Howard County Executive Ulman a Possible Contender for Governor in 2014

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman is one of four Maryland Democrats whose names are swirling around the rumor mill of potential gubernatorial candidates in the 2014 race.

Storify: Maryland’s Reaction To Clinton’s Speech

Bill Clinton took the stage Wednesday night to support the president. Here’s what the Republicans and Democrats from Maryland thought of the speech.