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Prince George’s holds closed-door meeting with residents

Fort Washington residents affected by a landslide met with county officials about how to save their homes.

Gov. O’Malley on heroin deaths: ‘It’s getting worse’

Gov. O’Malley on heroin deaths: ‘It’s getting worse’

He calls for action, saying that drug overdose deaths in Maryland rose 33 percent in the first quarter.

Md. Democrats file complaint targeting GOP nominee

Md. Democrats file complaint targeting GOP nominee

The state party said Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan had broken election law.

O’Malley’s longest-serving aide departs for private sector

O’Malley’s longest-serving aide departs for private sector

Rebecca Mules had worked with the governor since he first for mayor of Baltimore in 1999.

Montgomery Council members respond to blog criticism

Josh Kurtz places blame for low turnout on area politicians, calling them “minor league.” Some hit back.

Pr. George’s Council will ask voters to approve 3-term limit

Board members say two terms isn’t enough to do their job. Also, a deal is reached with MGM casino on jobs.

Dominion gains another approval in its bid for LNG facility

Dominion gains another approval in its bid for LNG facility

Despite environmentalists’ objections, Md. Board of Public Works approved wetlands permit.

Ulman donates money from indicted contributor to charity

Ulman donates money from indicted contributor to charity

The Democratic lieutenant governor hopeful redirected $34,000 received from an insurance executive.

White House gave O’Malley a bad rap on immigration

White House gave O’Malley a bad rap on immigration

Governor told religious leaders Maryland should be willing to shelter up to 1,880 young migrants.

Health-care group lines up backers of higher tobacco tax

Health-care group lines up backers of higher tobacco tax

A list of 111 legislative candidates who support $3 per pack was shared at a news conference.

Brown, Hogan set to appear next month in first forum

Brown, Hogan set to appear next month in first forum

The two major-party nominees for Maryland governor will address a conference of county leaders.