A lot of grumbling at Towson University. Two athletic teams have been cut from the program. Because of budget cuts, baseball and soccer are out.
Revenue at a casino in Perryville dropped by about 32 percent in July compared with the same time last year, the Maryland Lottery announced Monday, and the casino has indicated it wants to cut the number of slot machines by about one-third because of increased competition.
Spray-on skin is made up of skin cells and suspended in a mixture of different types of proteins.
Baltimore City officials are taking a stand to get Occupy Baltimore protesters to leave McKeldin Square. Wednesday night, they turned off the electricity in the area.
A retired Maryland correctional officer testified Thursday at a wrongful death trial that nothing seemed amiss on a prison bus where an inmate was killed in 2005 during a nighttime trip from Hagerstown to Baltimore.
A string of sabotage incidents began after 45,000 Verizon workers went on strike two weeks ago.
Grand Prix organizers say they will plant new trees in the city after the race.
The Prince George’s County school board has approved a $1.6 billion budget that will cut as many as 700 teaching positions next year.
Police say a girl called 911 from her Crofton home on Wednesday. She told the dispatcher her father just stabbed her family.
Salisbury police say a woman was grazed by a bullet while she was sleeping in her home.