Spring is here and the planting season is underway throughout much of Maryland.

Here we are, it is the first week of spring, which Gov. Larry Hogan has fittingly proclaimed to be Maryland Agriculture Week. The state’s week…

Well, for the second year in a row, we were not able to fully celebrate the birthday of our state thanks to this stubborn, all-encompassing pandemic.

The Maryland-Delaware-District of Columbia Press Association represents a diverse membership of media organizations, from large metro dailies …

Election Day is Tuesday and who knows when the final results will eventually come in the combustable contest between President Donald Trump an…

This has been a long campaign season. But we are almost there, almost at Election Day. And while we may not know the final results on Election…

A new poll from Goucher College released Oct. 13 found 45% of Marylanders have been financially hit by the coronavirus.

This year, Oct. 4-10 marks the 80th observance of National Newspaper Week, sponsored by the Newspaper Managers Association. Each year we take …

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The well-being of our children should always come first. Schools can, and should, provide for in person learning for the upcoming term. The im…

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Righ…

In an interview with the BBC last year, New York Times editor Dean Baquet said: “We are not supposed to be the leaders of the resistance to Do…

It’s a great time of year to be astride a motorcycle. And given the social constraints imposed on us all by the coronavirus pandemic, taking a…

Over the last couple of days we have gotten a few questions at the Cecil Whig about our election coverage. The primary question seems to be wh…

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