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Pr. George’s Baker loses Cabinet member to Arlington

After seven months, Victor Hoskins is leaving as Baker’s appointee in Pr. George’s for Arlington County.

Montgomery County freezes most hiring and purchasing

Montgomery County freezes most hiring and purchasing

Freeze applies to remainder of fiscal year to try to offset an estimated $179 million budget shortfall.

Gov.-elect Hogan names four members of his Cabinet

Gov.-elect Hogan names four members of his Cabinet

Hogan picked James D. Fielder as his secretary of appointments and kept around an O’Malley Cabinet member.

Restitution in Ocean Downs, a death in Baltimore, and the siren call of Maryland Live

Restitution in Ocean Downs, a death in Baltimore, and the siren call of Maryland Live

More tales from Maryland’s casino crime blotter

Gathering with backers, O’Malley avoids talk of 2016

Gathering with backers, O’Malley avoids talk of 2016

The Maryland governor and potential presidential candidate huddled with more than 100 supporters of his PAC.

Next Md. lieutenant governor doesn’t want a large staff

Next Md. lieutenant governor doesn’t want a large staff

Boyd Rutherford plans to instead work closely with the staff of Gov.-elect Larry Hogan.

Pr. George’s lawmakers to defend projects in Annapolis

With deficits projected at more than $1 billion, legislators seek to protect investments in county’s future.

Md. ethics law doesn’t cover Hogan transition team member, panel says

Md. ethics law doesn’t cover Hogan transition team member, panel says

But the state ethics panel says the governor-elect should consider limiting a Purple Line bidder’s role.

Opponents win latest round in fight over Costco gas station

Opponents win latest round in fight over Costco gas station

A Montgomery official recommends denying Costco’s request for a 16-pump station at its Wheaton store.

Hogan’s comments bode ill for Purple Line

The incoming governor says his priority is “building roads,” not light rail lines.

O’Malley will probably put off presidential announcement

O’Malley will probably put off presidential announcement

The spring timing reflects Clinton’s dominance in the Democratic field, the governor’s fundraising hurdles.