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Extensive efforts are being made around the state to clean up the mess Sandy left behind.
Cities and towns across the Mid-Atlantic region are making plans for the 29th annual National Night Out, the crime and drug prevention event.
Volunteers hit the streets to clean up one of Baltimore’s most historic neighborhoods.
The Baltimore County school board has voted to build an elementary school in the area of Mays Chapel Park despite opposition from neighbors.
The leaders of more than 100 religious and community organizations in the Washington area share one interest: saving money on electricity to better serve their communities.
Loved ones and lawmakers want answers after the weapon used to kill 13-year-old Monae Turnage was found inside an officer’s personal car. And the investigation is getting hotter.
Harbaugh recognizes the significance in sports, and particularly, the success of a franchise, to the people in a community.
First lady Katie O’Malley is helping kick off a campaign to make Annapolis friendlier for wildlife.
The new superintendent of Montgomery County schools is holding a series of town hall-type meetings with parents, students and staff members.
Libraries across Maryland are reinventing themselves from the silent, stuffy archives to be more inviting for patrons to meet, read and even snack.
Ravens players aren’t on the field due to the NFL lockout, but the organization is still busy in the community. Thursday there’s a “purple reign” in one Baltimore neighborhood.