Study Looks At Native Bees On Md.'s Eastern ShoreScientists from the University of Delaware and the U.S. Geological Survey are conducting a census of native bees in Maryland and Delaware.
Maryland's Population Grows By 44,000Maryland gained about 44,000 residents in 2013.
207,000 Commute Daily Into Baltimore Nearly 207,000 workers commute into Baltimore, ranking the city among the highest in the nation, according to new census figures.
1 In 4 Impoverished In Baltimore, Census FindsNew census figures show one in four Baltimore residents living in poverty.
Baltimore Census Results Stir DebateChallenging the US Census. After a government report shows Baltimore's population shrinking, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake calls the numbers into question. The city claims tens of thousands of people weren't counted.
Census Shows Baltimore Population Keeps ShrinkingNew estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show Baltimore lost about 1,500 people in the 15 months after the 2010 census.
Md. Formally Recognizes 2 American Indian GroupsFor the first time in Maryland's history, two American Indian groups indigenous to the state were formally recognized in executive orders by Gov. Martin O'Malley on Monday.
Senior Population Growing In Cecil CountyThe U.S. Census Bureau announced last week the nation's 2010 senior population, or those 65 years old or older, was the largest in census history and outgrew the nation's total population rate from 2000 to 2010.
Census: More Kids Living In Poverty In D.C. AreaNew U.S. Census figures show the number of school-age children living in poverty jumped significantly in Washington and in Montgomery County during the recession.
Md. Republicans Claim Congressional Redistricting Targets Their SeatGovernor O'Malley signed a new Maryland congressional district map into law, setting the stage for a fight over a congressional seat long held by a Western Maryland Republican.
New Maryland Census Numbers ReleasedPeople from El Salvador comprise a large portion of Maryland's growing Hispanic community, data shows.
Black Children In Large U.S. Cities, At A GlanceThe number of black children living in most large U.S. cities has fallen substantially over the past decade, according to an AP analysis of census data.