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  • Should politicians tell all when it comes to medical info?

    Should politicians tell all when it comes to medical info?
    Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday that he hoped his openness about suffering from an aggressive form of cancer will help the estimated 70,000 people nationwide with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. "It is a disease that has touched every one of us in this room,"...
  • Former Catonsville doctor settles civil lawsuit over assault allegations

    Former Catonsville doctor settles civil lawsuit over assault allegations
    A longtime Catonsville doctor who got a Maryland medical license despite a 1987 rape conviction – and whose case inspired a state law requiring physicians get background checks – has settled a lawsuit alleging he sexually assaulted a female...
  • Rutherford presides as Hogan works from home

    Rutherford presides as Hogan works from home
    On the day after Gov. Larry Hogan told Maryland he has an aggressive form of cancer, he stayed out of the State House but worked from the governor's mansion in between medical appointments. An aide said the governor was keeping touch with the office...
  • Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has 'aggressive' cancer, will undergo treatment

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has 'aggressive' cancer, will undergo treatment
    Maryland’s governor has cancer. Larry Hogan announced Monday he has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma to a hushed and anxious crowd of his staff, cabinet and the news media. The meeting was held at 4 p.m. at the State House, and many in the audience spent...
  • Montgomery County officials to vote on paid sick leave

    The Montgomery County Council is set to debate and vote on whether to require paid sick leave in the county. The measure being voted on Tuesday would bring paid sick days to nearly 100,000 county residents and closely resembles legislation that has...
  • Maryland governor says he has cancer of lymph nodes

    Maryland governor says he has cancer of lymph nodes
    An emotional Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan disclosed on Monday that he has been diagnosed with late stage 3 non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, which he called "a very advanced and very aggressive" form of cancer. At a hastily called news conference that felt more like...
  • Hogan diagnosed with cancer, will continue as governor

    Hogan diagnosed with cancer, will continue as governor
    Carroll County politicians in Annapolis expressed concern for Gov. Larry Hogan following his announcement Monday that he had been diagnosed with an aggressive form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma cancer, but like the governor remained optimistic he'd be able to...
  • Maryland justice panel eyes reduction in incarceration

    Maryland justice panel eyes reduction in incarceration
    A high-level commission will gather in Annapolis Monday to launch a sweeping examination of Maryland's criminal justice system with the goal of reducing incarceration and repeat offenses while improving public safety. The Maryland Justice Reinvestment...
  • Carroll commissioners show little interest in repeal of English-only ordinance

    Carroll commissioners show little interest in repeal of English-only ordinance
    Carroll County officials are largely opposed to revisiting a 2013 ordinance that established English as the official language of county government and required that all county government actions and views be expressed in English. In Frederick County,...
  • Guest column: Distiller's plan perfect for Annapolis

     Guest column: Distiller's plan perfect for Annapolis
    When it comes to economic development in Annapolis, a great deal of emphasis is placed on whether or not a business or industry is a part of the city's traditional heritage. Too often, attempts to improve the local business climate clash with historic...
  • Former Del. Ron George says he plans to run for state Senate

    Former Anne Arundel County Del. Ron George says he plans to run for state Senate in 2018. George, a Republican, announced his plans on Monday to seek the Senate seat representing District 30, which includes Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County....