Maryland’s political world was reeling from the announcement that Attorney General Brian Frosh, 75, won’t seek reelection. Frosh promises to “put the pedal to the metal” in his last months in office.Read More
Author: Meg Tully
The state’s first offshore wind fabrication center is coming, benefitting from a $72 million partnership between a Danish wind company and an Eastern Shore steel fabrication firm. The Port of Baltimore is also seeing booming business, as a new crane and dredging allow them to take more ships impacted at other ports from the global supply chain crisis.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan announces his projected spending for $2.5 billion budget surplus, urging fiscal discipline. He says the state will be ready to vaccinate children aged 5-12 if approved, and the state mourns the loss of Baltimore County former exec and media publisher Ted Venetoulis.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan wants to make steps to help with hospital staffing more permanent so they can be prepared for “future crises.” Baltimore County’s redistricting process brings equity concerns, and a federal court hears the case of a conservative group that has been denied the ability to hold a rally in downtown Baltimore.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan is moving to help alleviate a nursing shortage at the state’s hospitals, and the state is seeing some success with a community-based outreach program for the unvaccinated.Read More
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