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We learn about Maryland's effort to ease the way for BRAC from Lt. Governor Anthony Brown.
Suburban Maryland counties had the state's biggest population growth over the last decade, and Hispanic residents represented the largest increase, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Wednesday.
Tags: Phyllis Marcuccio , U.S. Census , Montgomery County , Rockville , St. Mary's County , Charles County , Maryland Department of Planning , Andrew Ratner , Curt Anderson , Howard County , Frederick County , Michelle Basch
Contract Connections will feature National institutes of Health (NIH), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Social Security Administration and other federal agencies, as well as the Naval Air Systems Command, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and other military commands. Maryland's Lisa Swoboda has details.
Maryland's 17 military installations employ 3.4 percent of Maryland's work force, pay nearly $10 billion in wages a year and spend about $6.6 billion annually with other businesses in the state.
The new initiative will provide $100 million in mortgage loans to homebuyers in the 10 jurisdictions within the state most impacted by BRAC.
Maryland's official state dessert will seem downright healthy when you read about Alaska's Eskimo Ice Cream.
The former Prince George's County Chief of Police will head up the 150-member campus police department.
Nearly two months after University of Maryland students were arrested following the Maryland-Duke basketball game, police don't appear to be in any rush to take the cases to court.
Nearly 30 University of Maryland students were arrested in College Park after the Maryland-Duke basketball game March 2. But so far, every charge has been dropped, WTOP has learned.
The state of Maryland's treasury has found $900 million in unclaimed property.