The winter storm brought lots of snow to Carroll County.
Backyard rabbit Mr. Bun-Buns has been calling a bathroom home for nearly a week, police K-9s have been relieved of chase duty in deep snow, feral cats got sugar and straw from a lot of good Samaritans and Ormsby, a skinny, toothless, blind and geriatric goat with a tendency to wander has been locked in a barn.
Frigid temperatures. Maryland is in the middle of another blast of winter weather. This time, we’re facing record cold temperatures. Marylanders are bundling up and bracing for the cold.
Frigid temperatures. Maryland is preparing for another blast of winter weather. This time, we’re facing record cold temperatures. Numbers are still dropping and are not yet close to their final low. But already, Baltimoreans are bundling up and bracing for the cold.
Wow. We didn’t even get above freezing Sunday at the airport! And factoring the wind chill, the air felt much colder, yielding numbers in the teens.
A Freeze Warning has expired for parts of Maryland.
A Freeze Warning is in effect starting early Friday morning through 10 a.m.
Chances are you know someone affected by identity theft. Now, the problem is rapidly growing among children.
Gov. Martin O’Malley will be meeting with student leaders to discuss the importance of investing in higher education.
It has become a familiar but frustrating drill for farmers in the Northeast. With temperatures expected to fall near freezing, they spent Friday preparing orchard heaters, irrigation systems and frost alarms to protect fruit crops that blossomed early and are particularly vulnerable to the elements.
As more and more children are having their credit ratings damaged by identity theft before they think of borrowing a dime, Maryland lawmakers have approved a first-of-its-kind measure to enable parents to take steps to protect their kids.
Republicans have pushed through the House a bill that would freeze the wages of federal workers for a third year and bar members of Congress from giving themselves a pay raise.