Officials Pledge to Help Annapolis Yacht Club After FireGov. Larry Hogan surveyed damage from a fire at the Annapolis Yacht Club.
Van Hollen: Ban Gun Sales to Those on FBI Terrorist ListMaryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen is urging Gov. Larry Hogan to "explore every possible state action" to stop gun sales to dangerous individuals, particularly those on the FBI Terrorist Watchlist.
Hogan Announces Port of Baltimore ContractGov. Larry Hogan has announced a new 30-year contract between the state and Port of Baltimore global shipping and logistics company Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics.
Hogan Questions Reliability of New Voting SystemGov. Larry Hogan is questioning the reliability of Maryland's new voting system, but the state's elections administrator is expressing confidence in it.
Maryland Plans to Seek Penalties from VolkswagenGov. Larry Hogan's administration plans to seek financial penalties and corrective actions against Volkswagen after the automaker admitted cheating on emissions tests with a piece of software.
Gov. Hogan Requests Feds Stop Settlement of Refugees in Md.Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says he is asking federal authorities to cease settlement of Syrian refugees in Maryland.
Md. Governor Promises 'Very Reasoned' Decision on RefugeesMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan says the state will "make a very reasoned and careful decision" about how it will proceed in policy regarding potential Syrian refugees.
Gov. Hogan Says He is '100 Percent Cancer Free'Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he is "100 percent cancer free" and in complete remission after receiving cancer treatment.
Maryland Governor Creates World War I Centennial CommissionGov. Larry Hogan has created the Maryland World War I Centennial Commission to develop activities and events for the 100th year anniversary of the war.
Gov. Hogan Reopens State Police Barrack in AnnapolisGov. Larry Hogan has announced the reopening of the state police barrack in Annapolis.
Gov. Hogan Attends Farm Event, Cancer Research FundraiserAfter battling cancer for months, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan made a public appearance in seemingly high spirits at a Frederick County corn maze event benefiting cancer research.