Governor Larry Hogan recently declared Maryland was one of the top states nationwide in census results w/ 99.9% of the state’s population counted. But Council Memeber Deni Taveras says the apartments surrounding the Prince George’s Mall in […]
One of the issues the Maryland General Assembly is sure to discuss in the upcoming session is the budget, now that the pandemic has transformed the state’s finances. Senator Jim Rosapepe gives his thoughts about how the outcome of […]
Maryland voters approve a statewide referendum that will give lawmakers more of a say in the state budget. Question 1 will allow lawmakers to increase, decrease or shift money around & it gives the governor a line item veto. Patricia Villone […]
As Kamala Harris breaks down barriers as the first woman, first Black & first South Asian U.S. Vice President-Elect, MD Delegate Wanika Fisher says she can truly identify with her. Patricia Villone reports.
New indigenous films can be seen at the SmithsonianNMAI native cinema showcase until Nov 22. For this year’s 20th anniversary, the museum presents the movies online with native filmmakers & stories from indigenous communities. Patricia […]
A Bethesda student is a new national advisory board member of the gun prevention group, Students Demand Action. Keshia Butts reports.
Experience Prince George’s has a new initiative called “Social Distance Here” to encourage everyone to see what the county has to offer. From the Wheel at the National Harbor to the growing Arts District in […]
The City of Greenbelt receives a prestigious sustainability certification, beating out Takoma Park for the first time ever. Mayor Colin Byrd says municipalities took part in a rigorous process to obtain the University of Maryland […]
Months of clogged phone & internet lines, unanswered emails & website crashes have caused intense distress for people filing unemployment claims in Maryland. Officials thought they had the unemployment bugs fixed when the Maryland Department of […]