25 Things People From Maryland Have To Explain To Out-Of-TownersCrab cakes and football… that’s what Maryland does, Hon! But here’s a list of a couple other things that we Maryland’ers sometimes have to stop and explain to those unfamiliar with snowballs, the love of Old Bay seasoning and the Mason-Dixon Line.
Md. Governors Race Heats Up With New Ad By Rep. Candidate Larry HoganRepublican Larry Hogan has launched another YouTube ad attacking Democrat Anthony Brown in the race for governor of Maryland. Lieutenant Governor Brown calls it silly.
Poll: Nearly Half Of Marylanders Would Rather Move Somewhere ElseDo you want out of the state of Maryland? A new poll shows nearly half of Marylanders say they are fed up and ready to pack up if only they could.
Look To The Sky: Comet Visible To MarylandersA comet that's been putting on a show south of the equator is now visible where we are---but it's not easy to see.
Marylanders Urged To Pitch In And 'Reclaim The Bay'Everything takes a starting point and this last day of January makes the first day of the "Reclaim the Bay" campaign.
Live Or Die? Marylanders Rally In Support Of Death Penalty RepealDeath penalty opponents speak out in favor of repealing capital punishment in Maryland. Governor Martin O'Malley is supporting a death penalty repeal this year.
Study: Marylanders' Health Is Improving---But There's A Long Way To GoA freshly released study shows the overall health of Marylanders is improving.
Thousands Of Marylanders Wait For Power To Come Back OnThousands remain without power this hour after superstorm Sandy swept through the area. Over 90% of BGE customers have had their power restored, but most of the others should be back up and running by Friday night.
Frosh Forms Committee For Attorney General BidState Sen. Brian Frosh has formed an exploratory committee to run for Maryland attorney general in two years.
Marylanders Cast Their Ballots In Early VotingMaryland's presidential primary is nine days away, but hundreds of people have already cast their ballot thanks to early voting.
1.8M Marylanders Expected To Travel During HolidayAAA Mid-Atlantic says 1.8 million Maryland residents will travel at least 50 miles away from home during the Christmas-New Year's Holiday.