April 13, 2024

Morning Coffee: O’Malley May Veto Wind Farm Delay

Eastern Shore wind energy

Governor could veto legislation that delays the Eastern Shore wind project as the state Senate prepares to take up the bill next week.

Water-related Deaths Prompt Pleas to Wear Life Preservers

Enjoy Maryland’s waterways, but make safety your first priority, says Maryland’s governor after six water-related deaths so early in this boating season.

Gov Sees St. Mary’s Grads at ‘Threshold of American Progress’

Only seven percent of the world hold college degrees, Gov. Martin O’Malley tells graduates of St. Mary’s College this makes attaining one even more important.