Maryland Matters

Non-profit and non-partisan, Maryland Matters is the premier site for news about politics and government in Maryland. With our original reporting and commentary, we aim to fill the gaping holes left when traditional media turned away from communities across our state and from far-reaching developments in our state capital. We provide comprehensive coverage of local and statewide elections, particularly the interplay of money and politics as it affects policy. We cover news from the State House and state agencies, emphasizing education, the environment, health care and transportation.  

The Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore Sun, founded in 1837, is the largest daily newspaper in Maryland, with a coverage area that includes Baltimore City and five surrounding counties. Much of The Sun’s journalism has exposed corruption and sparked changes, including the resignation of the city’s mayor this year. At the same time, we surface powerful, often under-the-radar tales and trend pieces, like the struggle of refugees in a Baltimore high school, or how the century-long history of a vacant house—which collapsed and killed a man—told the story of our city.

WYPR 88.1 FM

WYPR 88.1 FM is a non-commercial FM radio station headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland with repeating facilities in Frederick, Maryland (WYPF-FM) and in Ocean City, Maryland (WYPO-FM). The combined stations reach approximately 250,000 listeners weekly. WYPR provides nearly statewide coverage to its listeners with high-quality news and educational programming. WYPR is Baltimore’s premier National Public Radio Station, carrying content from NPR, American Public Media and the BBC World Service. Our reach extends beyond the Baltimore metropolitan area to Western Maryland and the Eastern Shore and includes five counties.

Technical.ly

Technical.ly is a major part of narrating economic change for the communities we serve. We’re interested in second and third tier regional economies. We’ve reported on each of our communities for five or more years, the longest being Philadelphia for a decade. Our reporters are trained to be deeply ingrained in the communities we serve, while also holding perspective from around other local economies. We are read by serious technologists, experienced entrepreneurs and economic development leaders who allocate resources among constituencies.

Maryland Matters

Non-profit and non-partisan, Maryland Matters is the premier site for news about politics and government in Maryland. With our original reporting and commentary, we aim to fill the gaping holes left when traditional media turned away from communities across our state and from far-reaching developments in our state capital. We provide comprehensive coverage of local and statewide elections, particularly the interplay of money and politics as it affects policy. We cover news from the State House and state agencies, emphasizing education, the environment, health care and transportation.  

Capital Gazette

The Capital’s mission is to be the indispensable source of news, sports and opinion for Annapolis and Anne Arundel County—providing community news, holding leaders accountable and being a forum of public discussion.To that end, content is constantly updated at capitalgazette.com. In addition, this newsroom produces The Capital daily newspaper, twice-weekly Maryland Gazette and two other weeklies. The newsroom has a staff of 17 in news, sports and photo. The Capital Gazette was the victim of a mass shooting on June 28, 2018, when a gunman shot his way into the news organization's office and killed five staff members.

The Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore Sun, founded in 1837, is the largest daily newspaper in Maryland, with a coverage area that includes Baltimore City and five surrounding counties. Much of The Sun’s journalism has exposed corruption and sparked changes, including the resignation of the city’s mayor this year. At the same time, we surface powerful, often under-the-radar tales and trend pieces, like the struggle of refugees in a Baltimore high school, or how the century-long history of a vacant house—which collapsed and killed a man—told the story of our city.