Security Heightened In Del., Md. As Inauguration Day Nears

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Two days until inauguration day in Washington, and security is tight around many government facilities across the nation. That includes Legislative Hall in Dover, where fencing now surrounds the building, which remains closed to the public for the start of the General Assembly Session. There was no unrest reported there Sunday. Also, Sunday was a…

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UPDATED: Coast Guard searches for mother and son missing near Annapolis

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UPDATED – 3pm – Governor Larry Hogan during an update on coronavirus began with the information that the missing canoeists are the daughter of former Lt. Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Maeve McKean and her 8 year old son, Gideon. =================================================== The Coast Guard is searching for two canoeists last sighted ten miles south of Annapolis…

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Adrienne Jones Elected Maryland’s Next House Speaker

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Delegate Adrienne Jones has won the special election for Speaker of the House of Delegates, making her the first woman and first African-American to hold the position. Jones had previously dropped out of the Speaker race, making it a two-way race between Delegate Maggie McIntosh of Baltimore City and Delegate Dereck Davis of Prince George’s…

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Governor Hogan Signs 174 Bills, Including OC Convention Center Renovation

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Following the end of the 2019 legislative session, Governor Larry Hogan has signed 174 bills into law, ranging across a variety of issues. The Governor signed House Bill 178/Senate Bill 177, which fulfills the Governor’s pledge to seek funding for the renovation and expansion of the Ocean City Convention Center. The Governor’s Office says the…

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Former Maryland Governor Laid to Rest

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Governor Larry Hogan delivered the eulogy at the funeral for Former Maryland Governor Harry Hughes, a Democrat who served as the state’s 57th Governor from 1979 to 1987. Hughes, who passed away last week at the age of 92 was an Eastern Shore native, born and raised in Caroline County. Governor Hogan said Hughes restored…

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Former Maryland Governor Harry Hughes Has Died

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Harry Hughes, a Democrat who held the Maryland Governorship from 1979 to 1987 has died. Current Governor Larry Hogan released a statement today saying “The First Lady and I are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Governor Harry Hughes, a longtime friend and Maryland legend whom I deeply admired. His dedication to our…

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Maryland Teachers “March for our Schools” in Annapolis

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Public school teachers from across the state of Maryland, including the Eastern Shore rallied at the State Capitol in Annapolis on Monday evening, pushing for changes in the way public schools are funded. The Maryland State Educators Association says it’s goal is to “end the $2.9 billion funding gap impacting Maryland’s schools — an average…

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Police ID Couple Killed Early This Morning on U.S. Route 50 near Annapolis

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A double-fatal accident involving a motorcycle closed U.S. Route 50 near Annapolis for nearly five hours this morning.  Police have now identified the motorcyclist and his rider as Donald Tyner, 56, and Janell McDougald, 45, both of Baltimore. Police say shortly after 12:50 a.m., troopers from the Annapolis barrack responded to eastbound U.S. Route 50…

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Maryland Flag is at Half-Staff

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Governor Larry Hogan today ordered Maryland flags to be lowered to half-staff to honor the victims of the shooting at the offices of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis on June 28: “With the lowering of the Maryland flag, we honor the dedicated journalists of our hometown newspaper in our state’s capital. To the family, friends,…

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