Maryland Reporter Archives - Baltimore Post-ExaminerBaltimore Post-Examiner

Baltimore City Community College financials a mess, auditors find

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Legislative auditors issued a damning report about lax and possibly illegal financial practices at Baltimore City Community College, an institution already under state pressure to fix its dwindling enrollment and improve its management. BCCC is the […]

Baltimore City Community College financials a mess, auditors find

By

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Legislative auditors issued a damning report about lax and possibly illegal financial practices at Baltimore City Community College, an institution already under state pressure to fix its dwindling enrollment and improve its management. BCCC is the […]

Continue Reading...

Maryland lawmakers weigh integrating services to break poverty cycle

By Jess Feldman Capital News Service  To end multi-generational poverty, state and local agencies should integrate services such as early childhood development, temporary cash assistance and mental health programming, a governor-mandated

Maryland targeted by Russia ads during presidential election

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., chairs Senate Intelligence Hearing Wednesday. From committee video By Changez Ali and J.F. Meils Capital News Service WASHINGTON – Heavily Democratic Maryland was one of the three states

Maryland needs to invest in farm-fresh food for low-income families

By Alicia LaPorte Fair Farms Maryland For MarylandReporter.com Maryland has the opportunity to move forward on a win-win program that directly invests in farmers throughout the state and helps low-income families

Wrong on school funding, showing the folly of predictions

The first day of school at Arbutus Elementary School with the governor and other officials leading a cheer. Governor's Office photo. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com I am often asked for predictions about

Why can’t most Baltimore restaurants serve real Maryland crabs?

By Rona Kobell Bay Journal Nothing says Maryland quite like a steamed crab smothered in Old Bay and slapped on a long picnic table. But sometimes, unsuspecting diners paying close to a day’s

Kirwan Commission won’t finish school funding recommendations this year

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The commission charged with revising state school funding formulas will not be able to finish its work by its Dec. 31 deadline, commission chair Brit Kirwan told

Democrats running for governor rarely mention Martin O’Malley

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Six Democrats running for governor used Larry Hogan as a reliable punching bag at a Saturday forum, pounding away at the current Republican governor in front of

More renewable energy will help the climate, health and economy

By Karla Raettig League of Conservation Voters For MarylandReporter.com Recently, two campaigns have been launched to jumpstart Maryland’s efforts to combat climate change, reduce harmful air pollution and establish Maryland as a

Kirwan Commission considers large-scale tutoring plan to close proficiency gaps

By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com Maryland has one of the highest household incomes in the U.S., but only 40% of its students met proficiency standards in reading and math on the

HOME / ABOUT / CONTACT / JOIN THE TEAM / TERMS OF SERVICE / PRIVACY POLICY / COMMENT POLICY