The National Park Service says it’s considering expanding an overnight lodging program in the Chesapeake & Ohio National Historical Park.
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is planning its first major expansion since it opened in 1971 as a “living memorial” to President John F. Kennedy, with new features including pavilions to house rehearsal halls and classrooms, a memorial garden and a floating stage on the Potomac River.
A Maryland board has postponed a vote on an $11.7 million contract to allow a juvenile justice facility in Carroll County to double its size from 48 people to 96.
Big news coming out of Morgan State–the university is expanding their main campus. At the site now cleared of a large failed hardware store, a building is to be built to teach students how to make businesses succeed. It’s the Earl Graves School of Business.
Montgomery County officials are concerned about how planned expansions at the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will affect traffic on Bethesda’s congested roads.
Spending by committees for and against expanded gambling in Maryland has exceeded the amount spent in the 2006 governor’s race.
The University System of Maryland says an expansion of its downtown Hagerstown campus is nearly complete.
A Freightliner truck dealership near Hagerstown says an expansion will create about 30 jobs.
The Maryland General Assembly early Wednesday passed a measure to allow a new casino in Prince George’s County as well as table games such as poker and roulette at gambling halls.
Governor Martin O’Malley calls a special session on gambling and not all lawmakers are happy about it.
Frederick County officials say some money earmarked for school technology improvements may be spent on a more urgent need: more toilets.
A Frederick County judge is considering dismissing a lawsuit filed by several environmental groups challenging the county’s plan to increase development potential by about 50 percent.