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Pr. George’s Baker to dress the part for War of 1812 event

Pr. George’s Baker to dress the part for War of 1812 event

Pr. George’s County Executive Rushern Baker learns history lesson ahead of War of 1812 festivities.

Md. Senate president says he won’t add another committee

Md. Senate president says he won’t add another committee

Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. said he had considered the move as a way to reward more senior members.

Hogan suggests eliminating taxes on all retirement income

Hogan suggests eliminating taxes on all retirement income

The GOP nominee for governor presented few details about his plan during a candidates forum.

Md. officials: Health insurance site will be fixed by Nov.

Md. officials: Health insurance site will be fixed by Nov.

The new site, which replaces a failed first attempt, will be finished before enrollment begins, they say.

O’Malley joins N.H. senator on Social Security petition

O’Malley joins N.H. senator on Social Security petition

The solicitation is the latest from the Maryland governor as he ponders a 2016 White House bid.

Rushern Baker talks about Ferguson, Mo.

Prince George’s County executive says officials must build trust to avoid conflagrations like what’s happening in Ferguson, Mo.

Hogan pledges to get tough on other states to clean up Bay

Hogan pledges to get tough on other states to clean up Bay

The Republican candidate for governor of Maryland released a Web ad on the environment.

Md. GOP hires consultant tied to racy 2010 after-party

Md. GOP hires consultant tied to racy 2010 after-party

Allison Meyers will help state party raise money to support gubernatorial bid of Larry Hogan.

State report says fracking poses threat to public health

State report says fracking poses threat to public health

A Maryland report says fracking could pose significant local health risks if it is allowed in western Maryland.

Hogan raising money to retire Republican primary debt

Hogan raising money to retire Republican primary debt

The gubernatorial candidate’s fundraisers included one Friday in Ocean City.

In N.H., O’Malley says Missouri shows need for healing

In N.H., O’Malley says Missouri shows need for healing

Maryland’s governor appeared at a picnic Sunday in the nation’s first presidential primary state.