The District of Columbia police chief is urging President Barack Obama not to cancel a program enabling local law enforcement agencies to buy surplus military equipment at big discounts.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says residents and motorists in central Maryland shouldn’t worry if they see a helicopter hovering near utility equipment including towers, poles and wires.
A Garrett County official says private aircraft using outmoded radio navigation equipment will still be able to use Garrett County Airport despite the shutdown of a local radio beacon to make way for a wind farm.
An investigation is underway after a Baltimore City school is broken into and thousands of dollars worth of equipment is stolen.
Millions for MARC. Maryland’s Board of Public Works has approved a $13 million contract to install “positive train control” equipment in MARC trains.
The company that makes John Deere tractors is donating more than $400,000 worth of equipment to maintain the turf and grounds of the National Mall.
Thursday marks the end of an era for Baltimore. The steel operation which once employed 30,000 people will now meet the wrecking ball.
Authorities say a man has been killed in a blast while apparently trying to steal metal from an electrical box at the Princess Anne Industrial Park.
Maryland’s dry conditions helped spark a brush fire in Baltimore County.
Every day, the American Red Cross is called out for some disaster.
More than a man’s fate will be at stake when U.S. contractor Alan Gross goes to trial Friday on charges he sought to undermine Cuba’s government by bringing communications equipment onto the island illegally.
Fruitland officials say a fire at the Public Works complex has caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in