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Can Larry Hogan Win the GOP Nomination in 2024?

At his 2019 inaugural ball, Gov. Larry Hogan goofed around with a purple surfboard given to him by his State Police protection detail. In his new book, Hogan describes surfing the Democratic blue wave in the 2018 election that left […]

Can Larry Hogan Win the GOP Nomination in 2024?

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At his 2019 inaugural ball, Gov. Larry Hogan goofed around with a purple surfboard given to him by his State Police protection detail. In his new book, Hogan describes surfing the Democratic blue wave in the 2018 election that left […]

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At Least Eight Deaths Tied to Coronavirus at Charles County Nursing Home

Eight residents of Sagepoint Senior Living Facility recently diagnosed with coronavirus have died, family members and staff told the Baltimore Post-Examiner. Several other deaths and potentially dozens of confirmed cases

A Portrait in True Leadership and Empathy

Editor's Note: This article is republished with permission from JMORE. In our time of national anxiety, Larry Hogan shows it’s possible to be a mentsch as well as a politician. The Republican governor

Hogan delivers on pledge ‘Maryland is Open for Business,’ labor numbers show

BALTIMORE -  When Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. took office in Jan. 2015, signs began to appear on Maryland highways saying the state is "Open for Business." That phrase was part

 Kathleen Matthews speaks at Baltimore Women United forum

 Kathleen Matthews (r) with supporters of the BWU at the forum  Kathleen Matthews was the guest speaker Monday at a forum of the “Baltimore Women United (BWU).” The lively discussion

Hogan plans to overhaul billions in Maryland contracts

MarylandReporter.com The Hogan administration has unveiled a major overhaul of how billions in state contracts are bid and awarded, along with a revamping of hundreds of regulations designed to making

Time for year-round schools

By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com With Comptroller Peter Franchot at his side, Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order to mandate that schools start after Labor Day starting in 2017. On

Maryland transportation politics plays with people’s lives

A conception of the Inner Harbor station of the Red Line. By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com Gov. Hogan has received heavy criticism over his decision to cancel the Red Line light rail

Freddie Gray Case: Judge acquits highest-ranking officer

BALTIMORE (First published by Talk Media News) –The highest-ranking Baltimore police officer charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray was acquitted on all counts Monday, marking the fourth

Howard Street Tunnel: Hogan tries, congressional delegation fails

By Richard J. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com If shippers can't get their cargo in or out of a seaport quickly, what happens?   They route their cargo to a more efficient port and

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