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Maryland’s O’Malley headed back to New Hampshire

Maryland’s O’Malley headed back to New Hampshire

The former governor plans to appear at a breakfast in the first primary state on St. Patrick’s Day.

School officials seek building funds from skeptical Hogan

Md. governor suggests more attention should be paid to facilities upkeep to avoid big expenses later.

Hogan agrees to anti-discrimination Medicaid rule

Hogan agrees to anti-discrimination Medicaid rule

He also approved two other regulations, but continued to review poultry waste measure.

Md. lawmaker criticizes Montgomery school board

Reports of decision to not renew superintendent’s contract draw ire of state Sen. Rich Madaleno.

O’Malley, with eye on 2016, retains two Iowa operatives

O’Malley, with eye on 2016, retains two Iowa operatives

The former Maryland governor's PAC has hired political directors from last year’s campaigns in the state.

Hogan to give first ‘State of the State’ speech on Feb. 4

Hogan to give first ‘State of the State’ speech on Feb. 4

The new Republican governor will talk about growth and prosperity, a spokesman said.

Md. legislative analyst questions part of Hogan budget cuts

The General Assembly’s top fiscal analyst said across-the-board cuts are a bad precedent.

Leggett seeks to set up a Montgomery transit authority

Leggett seeks to set up a Montgomery transit authority

The county executive is seeking the ability to fund mass transit projects without relying so much on the state.

Franchot sworn into third term as Maryland comptroller

Franchot sworn into third term as Maryland comptroller

The Democrat warned against tax hikes, pitched procurement reform and financial literacy in high school.

Parties popping up in unlikely places in Prince George’s

Promoters desperate to showcase young music artists resorting to unlikely venues in wake of strict laws.

Relief in Md. suburbs: GOP budget not so bad after all

Relief in Md. suburbs: GOP budget not so bad after all

Prince George’s, Montgomery say Hogan went relatively easy on them even though they voted against him.