After a string of low-turnout elections in Baltimore, a coalition of groups is calling for the city to reset its election cycle.
There’s encouraging news for rail passengers who use MARC train in and out of Baltimore. You could soon get a chance to ride, both nights and weekends.
On the day the Peterson Cos. began building National Harbor, the real estate market was booming and the future seemed bright. In a ceremony featuring a who’s who of Maryland leaders, then-Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson predicted a “paradigm shift in how the business community will view us.”
When the seven-year anniversary of that groundbreaking arrived last week, the economy had changed. And so had the project.
Mental health advocates and union officials are calling for changes at a Maryland state psychiatric hospital after one patient killed another at the facility.
The same group that came out and said mammograms may not be necessary is now questioning a test used to diagnose prostate cancer. And at least one local doctor says, this is ridiculous.
Police in Baltimore County are shifting the locations of three of the county’s 15 speeding cameras.
A new permit process aimed at making it easier to get approval for oyster farming has taken effect in Maryland.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources plans to present changes to striped bass netting regulations this week to state lawmakers.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources says illegal netting of striped bass this past winter is prompting changes in regulations.
The pleasant weather pattern will continue for a couple more days, but it is most definitely living “on borrowed time.”
Back to reality today, but the warmth is coming back.