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Capitol Communicator has a report that Steve Crane, a veteran journalist who covered the Maryland State House in parts of three different decades, has been named editor-in-chief of Maryland Matters.

Steve Crane named editor-in-chief of Maryland Matters

by | May 14, 2024

Steve Crane, a veteran journalist who covered the Maryland State House in parts of three different decades and has also led coverage of Maryland government and politics in various other roles, has been named editor-in-chief of Maryland Matters..

He returns to Maryland after 12 years spent covering Arizona politics. He’s replacing Danielle E. Gaines, who resigned as editor-in-chief of Maryland Matters in January but remains an occasional contributor to the website, reports Maryland Matters.

Beginning in 1986, Crane worked as a reporter and editor overseeing Maryland coverage at The Washington Times, before editing students in the University of Maryland’s Capital News Service bureaus in Annapolis and then Washington, D.C., for nearly 12 years. He also served as an assistant dean at the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism.

In 2012, Crane founded the Washington bureau of Arizona State University’s Cronkite News Service, and was responsible for students’ coverage of the federal government and, for this year, the Arizona Capitol. His students’ work has won awards from Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists, the RFK Journalism Awards, Hearst Journalism Awards, Editor & Publisher, the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, and more.

Crane is a longtime Prince George’s County resident.

Maryland Matters states that it is a nonprofit and nonpartisan news site that is the premier site for news about Maryland government and politics.

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