U.S. Rep. and Prince George's County native Steny Hoyer (D-Maryland) called for an increase in the minimum wage, pay equity between men and women and greater family and sick leave benefits for workers during a stop at Bowie City Hall on Monday.
Manufacturing is, for lack of a better description, booming. That's why Rep. Steny Hoyer's call for a bipartisan approach to encourage further growth in U.S. manufacturing is right on point. Mr. Hoyer made his comments this week at the ceremonial opening of The Foundery, the manufacturing incubator for innovation and entrepreneurship at Port Covington that is part of Under Armour's push to foster next generation opportunities in manufacturing and design in South Baltimore.
As part of his "Make it in America" legislative effort, Rep. Steny Hoyer on Monday outlined his plans to revitalize the manufacturing industry in Baltimore.
Bernie Fowler’s 29th annual Patuxent River Wade-In began Sunday with great optimism.
Calvert County’s 25th annual Christmas in April home repair activities took place throughout the county Saturday.
In an effort to celebrate Black History Month and the achievements of black leaders past and present, Maryland’s Fifth Congressional District held its 35th annual commemoration breakfast on Feb. 6 at the Camelot by Martin’s in Upper Marlboro.
Senators, congressmen, county commissioners and other elected officials gathered with constituents at the Rod ‘N’ Reel Restaurant on Monday for Calvert County’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast.
The McMurdo center, which is in Hoyer’s congressional district, showcases innovations and technology developments for search and rescue with real-time demonstrations.
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign announced endorsements Tuesday of more than 70 officials and community leaders in Maryland -- including most of the state's congressional delegation -- underscoring the sway the former secretary of state holds even in the home territory of a rival.
Leonardtown, MD -- Maryland largest Veteran’s Day parade gets bigger and better every year. The 40th annual Leonardtown parade and ceremony Nov. 11 featured almost 3,000 people walking or riding the parade route and thousands of spectators lining the streets of town.