Significant backups are expected after a gas leak in Cockeysville.
When Chrysler filed for bankruptcy, Sterling Heights Assembly was put into “Old Carco, LLC” as a facility that was not deemed worthy of being a part of the new Chrysler. It was an old, dirty plant.
An unexpected showdown in the Annapolis mayor’s race. The vote is too close to call.
The Maryland Transportation Authority says Maryland House on Interstate 95 in Harford County will close for about a year while it undergoes reconstruction.
Some students at the University of Maryland want Chick-fil-A to close its campus location.
Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will close one of its primary runways for 60 days for a reconstruction project.
By the end of this weekend, three of Baltimore’s fire companies will shut down for good. The companies are disbanding in a cost-cutting move by the city and that’s raising alarm for people who live nearby.
The Baltimore City Council votes on a plan to restore some of the funding cuts proposed by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater in downtown Hagerstown is expected to close in April after more than two dozen seasons.
The Smithsonian is taking the first ladies’ gowns off display for about three weeks as the National Museum of American History prepares a new home for the popular dresses in Washington.
A 12-year-battle to close a Howard County animal rescue comes to an end this week. But the neighbors nearby still want the wildlife sanctuary gone.
Metro says it will close the south entrance of the Dupont Circle station early next year in order to replace three escalators.