Maryland officials say initial federal funding for two light rail projects puts the state in a strong position to build the major projects in the Washington suburbs and the Baltimore metropolitan area.
A body is found floating in the water near Harbor East.
Arsonist on the loose. Authorities in Laurel are ramping up their investigation into who is setting playgrounds on fire across the city.
With the recent news that the NFL wants to pay their officials less money than last season and their holdout not close to ending, Glenn Younes went into one of his world famous G-unit rants, telling the NFL how it should be done.
Public works officials in Baltimore say replacement is set to begin on three 16-foot sections of 54-inch water main in the southwest part of the city.
It’s a controversy four decades in the making. Did Secretariat actually set a record at Preakness? This week, we’re going to find out.
Officials in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina are beefing up enforcement of U.S. Route 15 to reduce crashes along 400 miles of the thoroughfare popular with vacationers trying to avoid congested interstates.
One of the most thankless jobs in sports: The NFL Official. NFL Officials do more than just throw flags and walk off penalties. They spot for concussions and do their best to ensure player safety. […]
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office says a man who allegedly robbed a Fallston bank has been arrested.
Maryland officials are launching a new kind of environmental and policy center.
The District of Columbia’s emergency management agency will likely advise people to stay put rather than try to drive home during future disasters.
Frederick officials have agreed to dip into year-end balances to complete the Carroll Creek Linear Park.