Moving day at one city elementary/middle school has come and gone. Thursday was a chance for students and teachers to celebrate their new building.
First, a massive fire at an Odenton apartment building displaced everyone living there. Now, one week later, some of those residents have been victimized yet again.
The Army says it has found unsafe levels of groundwater pollution on private property where a developer wants to build more than 700 homes near a Fort Detrick Superfund site.
A child is killed and three others injured in a rowhouse fire that caused part of the building to collapse. It happened just as elementary students were walking home from school. Brave bystanders helped firefighters tear through debris before a body was found underneath.
The owner of the fire-damaged Westminster Livestock Auction says he plans to rebuild.
Montgomery County fire officials say a car crashed into an Aspen Hill apartment building, causing a gas leak.
The names of the places are sadly familiar: Newtown, Aurora, Virginia Tech, Columbine, and Nickel Mines, Penn. After mass shootings made each of those names synonymous with tragedy, officials demolished, closed or altered the buildings where the killings took place to soften painful associations, especially among survivors.
The University System of Maryland and the state Office of Legislative Audits are asking the State Ethics Board to review Frostburg State University’s failure to seek competitive bids for a $2 million Sustainable Energy Research Facility that opened last year.
Baltimore City police say two men are dead after being found in the basement of an apartment building that caught fire early Monday morning.
Wicomico County says restaurant inspections, building permits and some other health department services are about to get more expensive.
No one was injured when a vacant building collapsed in East Baltimore City on Friday morning.
The FBI’s announcement that it needs a new home has touched off a virtual real estate beauty contest, with communities around the region jockeying for the opportunity to attract the law enforcement agency — and attendant economic benefits — to their neighborhoods.