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Motorists in Maryland are paying 5 cents less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
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In a victory for injured employees, Maryland's highest court has held that an increase in workers' compensation awards on appeal is essentially retroactive to the first day of benefits, rejecting the employers' view that the increase should only apply to benefits in the future.
Tobacco tax: Eastern Shore's voting history Eastern Shore legislators are not openly endorsing a $1 increase to the state tobacco tax.
A prison term should not mean a lifetime of misfortune for a former offender. Yet that is what the criminal justice system produces every day.
Someone has been posing as a Maryland State Police official and demanding money over the phone, police said this week.
The Maryland Democratic Party took a page from the book of Republican gubernatorial nominee Larry Hogan's GOP primary rivals Thursday by filing a complaint with the state elections board charging that his campaign illegally coordinated with a political corporation he founded.
Health insurers refunded more than $17 million to Marylanders last year because of a rule in the Affordable Care Act limiting the amounts the companies can spend on overhead costs as opposed to providing care, according to federal data.
Maryland had a 33 percent increase in drug overdose deaths in the first quarter of this year.
The insurance plan for state employees in Maryland now covers gender reassignment surgery .
The defense is presenting its case in the first-degree murder trial of a New Jersey detective who acknowledges shooting a Maryland man after a boat of road rage last year.
These were among reports received by the Calvert County Sheriff's Office and the Maryland State Police.
Marijuana advocates will be back at the State House in next year's legislative session pushing for something more like full legalization -- like what's happened in Colorado and Washington State.
Emocha Mobile Health Inc. CEO Sebastian Seiguer. Emocha was among the startup companies to receive funding from the Maryland Innovation Initiative in fiscal 2014.
In the wake of three pedestrian deaths , including two University of Maryland students, that happened along U.S. 1/Baltimore Avenue in College Park this year, the speed limit is now lowered on the road.
A federal judge says a political candidate whose last name is Hershey must stop using campaign materials that mimic the look of the famous chocolate bar.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 10:01 am
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