Md. Among Greenest States In U.S.Maryland's top-10 ranking could mean more money for the state and its efforts to protect the environment. The survey comes from a national organization that tracks the number of green buildings in each state.
6 Abandoned Olympic Venues You Can Still VisitIf you're tuning into the Sochi Winter Olympics this year, it's hard not to wonder what these Olympic venues will look like in ten years. While we wait for the answer, check out these abandoned Olympic venues you can still travel to.
Smithsonian Aims To Improve Visitor ExperienceThe Smithsonian Institution has awarded a $2.4 million contract to a group of Danish architects to improve the visitor experience at its oldest buildings on the National Mall.
Health Officials Trying To Determine Cause Of Hopkins Mystery IllnessA Johns Hopkins facility remains closed due to a mysterious illness.
Project Captures Life Of Frederick BuildingsA new online database provides information about historic buildings in the city of Frederick.
Maryland To Buy Chicken-Litter PowerChicken waste will one day power state offices and university buildings in Maryland.
Annapolis Event Notes City's Role In ConstitutionThe city of Annapolis is celebrating its role in the events that led up to the adoption of the U.S. Constitution.
D.C. Leaders Consider Easing Height RestrictionsA leading House Republican is talking to District of Columbia leaders about easing the height restrictions that have limited buildings in the nation's capital to about 12 stories for more than a century.
2 Buildings Being Razed For ParkThe Hagerstown City Council is moving forward with plans to construct a new downtown park.
Police: Stay Off Downtown Building RooftopsBaltimore police are warning spectators of the Grand Prix to stay off high rooftops on downtown buildings.
ACLU Seeks To Repair Baltimore's Crumbling School BuildingsBaltimore's crumbling school buildings: The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) wants to put them on the mend.
Apartment Building Allows Electric Cars To Charge UpYou may have considered buying an electric car, but asked, "Where will I plug it in?" A new green apartment building in Baltimore has the answer.