Some lovers of the National Zoo in Washington have gotten their backbones up over the impending shutdown of an invertebrate exhibit.
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The Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $4.8 million to complete design plans for a major renovation at Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Central Library.
Amtrak is canceling some of its trains and modifying the schedules for others because of the winter storm that’s battering the Northeast and the South.
The Prince George’s County Police Department is changing how photo lineups are presented to help keep innocent people from going to prison.
Another round of winter weather hit Maryland Monday. Some parts saw several inches of snow, while others saw mostly rain.
The Maryland Transit Administration has announced adjustments to its MARC and commuter bus service because of the weather.
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The National Park Service says crews will begin removing the scaffolding surrounding the Washington Monument starting in less than two weeks.
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Campers in national parks are to pull up stakes and leave, some veterans waiting to have disability benefits approved will have to cool their heels even longer, many routine food inspections will be suspended and panda cams will go dark at the shuttered National Zoo. Those are among the immediate effects when parts of the government shut Tuesday because of the budget impasse in Congress.