Maryland’s unemployment rate declined in August as payrolls grew, but the growth was weaker than in some previous months, signaling a possible retreat of this spring’s hiring surge. Source: With 2,700 new jobs, Maryland unemployment […]
During years of going to ground zero every Sept. 11, Tom Acquaviva has seen crowds diminish at the ceremonies commemorating the terror attacks. But his determination to participate hasn’t. Source: On Sept. 11 anniversary, appeals […]
Martin O’Malley’s purchase of Maryland mansion furniture declared ‘junk’ skirts rules, leaves Gov. Larry Hogan with little to sit on – Baltimore Sun
An assistant attorney general asked Friday for a state ethics commission ruling on whether former Gov. Martin O’Malley’s purchase of furniture from the governor’s mansion violated rules regarding state-owned property. Source: Martin O’Malley’s purchase of […]
Gov. Larry Hogan took an important step toward fulfilling one of the most important promises of his campaign today by naming a commission to come up with recommendations to reform the process by which Maryland […]
The governor announced Monday that he has a “a very advanced and very aggressive” form of cancer. Source: On social media, Marylanders wish Gov. Larry Hogan a speedy recovery – The Washington Post
Dinner with Presidential Candidate Senator Rand Paul Tuesday June 9th Seating is limited, click on the flyer for tickets.
Baltimore County GOP won the Outstanding County Award at the Maryland State GOP Convention held in Ocean City Maryland on Saturday April 18, 2015.
New governor used tough talk and frequent neighborhood visits to calm turbulent city in harsh media glare. Source: Baltimore crisis thrusts Gov. Larry Hogan into national spotlight – The Washington Post
The Maryland General Assembly Adjourned the 90 day legislative session Sine Die on 4/13/14 The Maryland General Assembly adjourned its 90-day legislative session late Monday. General Assembly passes budget on final day of session […]