Body temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate and blood pressure: the four vital signs. They’re the most routinely monitored measurements of the body’s basic functions. In the mid-1990s, the American Pain Society tried to add a fifth: pain.Read More
Most Maryland Democrats won the House races they were expected to win. The exception could be Rep. David Trone, who on Wednesday was trailing Republican challenger Neil Parrott in the 6th District, which stretches from Montgomery County into western Maryland.Read More
Although the diversity of candidates on the Democratic side of the ticket attracted some, others were more excited about the plans Wes Moore, lieutenant governor candidate Aruna Miller, comptroller candidate Brooke Lierman and Anthony Brown, running for attorney general, had for the state.Read More
As voters are preparing to vote on a constitutional amendment ballot question that would let adults 21 and older use cannabis recreationally, medical marijuana dispensaries are readying their business plans to expand their customer base.Read More
It’s a great time to be a Baltimore Ravens fan. The 2022 season is in full swing and Maryland is nearing the rollout of online sports betting. If you prefer to make your bets in person or just want to get a taste of the retail sportsbook experience, however, there are options for fans to bet on the Ravens in Baltimore.Read More
Maryland’s Sports Wagering Application Review Committee recently stated it had received 10 mobile sports betting applications ahead of the Oct. 21 deadline. One of those is sure to be PointsBet which already operates a retail sportsbook at the Riverboat on the Potomac.Read More
By Timothy Dashiell ANNAPOLIS- Teachers, their unions and school systems across the state are...Read More
The Maryland State Board of Elections can begin counting early mail-in ballots Saturday following the Court of Special Appeals’ decision to deny Republican gubernatorial nominee Dan Cox’s effort to halt the process.Read More
Court approval of early counting of mail-in ballots expected to accelerate 2022 election certification
The Montgomery County Circuit Court decided Friday to approve the Maryland State Board of Elections’ emergency petition to allow the early processing and counting of mail-in ballotsRead More
The Montgomery County Circuit Court will decide on Friday whether to allow Maryland poll workers to begin counting mail-in ballots for the November 8 election early.Read More
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