When Maryland’s property tax lien expires, Maryland taxpayers are left with a big question

A Maryland property tax liens are going away after a series of court rulings that could potentially leave taxpayers stuck with the debt.Maryland Gov.Larry Hogan announced Thursday that Maryland’s two most recent liens will expire at the end of July.That leaves Maryland taxpayers on the hook for $10 million in unpaid property taxes.The tax lians

How the federal government is helping to identify more than $150 million worth of coal ash in Alabama

The federal government has set up a task force to find more than 150 million acres of unclaimed coal ash from the American West, a new report says.The land has been designated for the Appalachian National Preserve, but it’s unclear if the government will continue to do so after the ash is removed, said Mark