Aberdeen Proving Ground
A former Aberdeen Proving Ground employee who stole tons of aluminum from the base and sold it as scrap has been sentenced to one year of home detention.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin says a new report shows military exposure to lead is a health hazard.
The Army is warning neighbors of Aberdeen Proving Ground they might hear some big booms in the next few days.
The Army says some new laboratory equipment at Aberdeen Proving Ground is accelerating the pace of chemical defense research.
A search for live explosives is prompting some changes for workers and visitors to Aberdeen Proving Ground near Aberdeen.
MARC train riders in Harford County are set to see some major improvements at one of the popular MARC stops there.
Good things come in small packages. That’s the mantra of Major Gen. Robert S. Ferrell, the new commanding general of Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Federal prosecutors say two more Aberdeen Proving Ground employees pleaded guilty to metal thefts at the Army base.
Federal prosecutors say two employees at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) have pleaded guilty to stealing several tons of aluminum and copper wire from several locations and buildings at the site.
An electrician at the Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground is facing up to five years for his part in the theft of tons of copper from the base.
Officials at Aberdeen Proving Ground have halted a demolition project after trace amounts of a World War I chemical warfare agent were found at the site.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says Maryland is spending nearly $9 million to help ease traffic congestion tied to the growth of Aberdeen Proving Ground.