The report card is in for Baltimore City schools. Students rank below the national average, but they’re still making some important progress.
The Maryland Department of Planning says a proposed rewrite of Frederick County’s 20-year land-use plan would extend residential sprawl and require construction of more roads and schools.
The Appalachian Regional Commission is working on a road map for economic growth in western Maryland.
In a few weeks, President Obama will lay out a new plan to jump-start the economy. He’s not only trying to create jobs, he’s also trying to shore up support for his re-election.
Debra Hurley, 41, founded the Little Garden of Eden off Bowmans Farm Road in Frederick as a way to encourage sensible eating and personal growth in members of On Our Own, a statewide support group for people with psychiatric illness.
International expansion by Southwest Airlines into the Caribbean, Central America and, later, European markets will likely be a boon for BWI, according to the discount carrier’s chief executive officer.
The Washington region’s colleges and universities will be a catalyst for the District of Columbia’s economic growth over the next decade as the federal government downsizes, a change that should give the institutions more lobbying power, a new report says.
A historic preservation advocate is asking the city of Frederick to say nay to runaway development of a site that is believed to have produced one of George Washington’s horses.