There are calls to push back the school year in Maryland. A high-ranking state official petitions to extend summer break until after Labor Day. Not everybody supports the idea.
It doesn’t open until Thursday, but that hasn’t stopped more than 200 people from camping out on a shopping center parking lot on Boston Street.
Moving day at one city elementary/middle school has come and gone. Thursday was a chance for students and teachers to celebrate their new building.
Tens of thousands of Marylanders depend on MARC train service for their workday commutes. The state showed off its latest investment Monday.
More than 1,000 bicyclists have ridden single-file along the last mile of a Pittsburgh-to-Washington trail to mark the full trail’s opening.
The Everyman Theatre is opening in its new home in a long-abandoned historic theater on Baltimore’s west side with a week of festivities.
Another place to shop in Columbia. Whole Foods will open its first Howard County store there.
A major new Inner Harbor attraction is almost ready to open.
Celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio says he’s opening a second restaurant in downtown Frederick.
If you’re a fan of Kit, Addy or Josefina, you probably squealed with delight when you found out an American Girl store was opening at Tysons Corner. And you’re not alone. Several thousand girls and their parents are expected to line up June 18 to surround themselves with dolls, clothes, books and the signature red and pink celebration of girlhood.
It first hit the drawing boards 50 years ago. Now, the first half of the Intercounty Connector is ready for rush hour.