Tag: Katie O’Malley
Saturday was another big day for Gov.-elect Larry Hogan after his 7-hour visit to the White House Friday. He and his wife Yumi got a tour of Government House from Gov. Martin O’Malley and his wife, Judge Catherine Curran (Katie) O’Malley, and before that he spoke to the Maryland Republican Party’s convention meeting at the Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City.Read More
District Court Judge Catherine Curran O’Malley, the governor’s wife, is often found wearing basic black, especially in her Baltimore courtroom. But Katie O’Malley, usually associated with serious issues like eliminating bullying, graces the cover of the June issue of Baltimore Style magazine in high fashion dresses, coiffure and makeup that make her almost unrecognizable.Read More
The marble lobby of the State House reverberated with cheers and applause Thursday evening for a highly unusual signing ceremony that made Maryland the eighth state to legalize same-sex marriage in the nation. (Includes one-minute video.)Read More
Gov. Martin O’Malley and his wife, Judge Catherine Curran O’Malley, took off Friday night from Dulles Airport on Qatar Airlines daily flight to Doha, capital of the small kingdom on the Persian Gulf. The stop in Doha got virtually no advanced publicity as part of O’Malley’s six-day trip to India, but he appears to have had a busy day there, according to tweets from the governor and Christian Johansson, secretary of Business and Economic Development.Read More
Gov. Martin O’Malley and wife, Judge Katie O’Malley, will be heading to India right after Thanksgiving, leading the state’s largest ever overseas economic development trip and the first visit of a sitting Maryland governor to the world’s largest Democracy. The six-day trip will include visits to Hyderabad in central India, a biomedical hub; Mumbai (formerly Bombay) on the west coast, the financial center; New Delhi, the national capital; and Agra, the site of the Taj Mahal.Read More
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