If you are planning a Fourth of July trip, you’re not alone. A record number of Marylanders will be traveling over the holiday weekend.
Maryland toll reductions won’t harm transportation maintenance or current plans for projects, the state’s transportation secretary said Tuesday, though lawmakers questioned how the state revenue loss wouldn’t have a negative impact on infrastructure.
Frederick’s city planning commission is set to review plans for the new Frederick Towne Center development that will include a new Wal-Mart store.
Like fashion, the public spaces in urban areas change with time. Broken pumps mean the McKeldin Fountain will probably stay dry this summer and perhaps forever.
Maryland Republican Larry Hogan says he’s planning to run for governor, even though he may not formally launch his campaign until January.
Juveniles charged as adults are currently kept in the same Baltimore jail as adults, but that is about to change. And it won’t take building a new jail from scratch to do it.
A recent Consumer Reports survey asked readers to rank popular diet plans. Guess which one won.
The state delegate who admitted he was drunk when the powerboat he was steering crashed into another vessel has dropped plans to run for the Maryland Senate in 2014.
After a few false starts, a new group assumes control of the Baltimore Grand Prix. It includes one of the biggest names in racing.
Maryland’s transportation department is throwing cold water on the prospect of a new Potomac River Bridge between Montgomery County and northern Virginia.
Baltimore County has approved preliminary plans for two senior-housing developments and a townhouse project.
An Environmental Protection Agency official says West Virginia has made the most improvement on its Chesapeake Bay restoration plans, and Pennsylvania has the most work to do.