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Three Ways To Vote For 2024 Primary Election

Here's a breakdown of the three ways Marylanders can vote in the upcoming Primary Election. more

The Sierra Club And General Assembly Could Leave Millions Powerless In The Dark

Delegate Brian Chisholm talks about the Keep the Lights On Act. more

Pittman Announces County’s First Director Of Hispanic/Latino And Multicultural Resources

Alison Flores will serve as Anne Arundel County’s first director of the Office of Hispanic/Latino and Multicultural Resources. more

The State Of Marriage In Maryland

Despite any rumors you may have heard, people are still meeting, falling in love and getting married. more

County Executive Pittman’s Weekly Letter

I’ll fight like hell to protect nature from destruction by human beings. more

Preventing Gun Violence

We need to get guns off our streets. more

Governor Moore Announces Vision To Address Public Safety In Maryland

In June, Governor Wes Moore laid out the Moore-Miller administration’s new vision to address public safety in Maryland. more

Governor Moore And Lieutenant Governor Miller Launch Council On Interfaith Outreach

Governor Wes Moore and Lieutenant Governor Aruna Miller launched the Governor’s Council on Interfaith Outreach with an inaugural meeting with faith leaders across Maryland in June. more

Expanded Mortgage Assistance Program

County Executive Steuart Pittman and Anne Arundel Community Development Services CEO Erin Karpewicz announced changes to the county’s mortgage assistance program. more

Letter To The Editor: Anne Arundel County Allows Construction In An Asbestos Contaminated Dumpsite

Fernando Berra III shares details about a development known as River Glen in Pasadena. more

Larry Hogan Decides Not To Enter 2024 Presidential Race

Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan will not run for president in 2024, he announced earlier this month. more

Moore Shares State Of The State Speech

Governor Wes Moore delivered his first State of the State address on February 1. more
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