The National Park Service says it’s considering closing a leaky Chesapeake and Ohio Canal turning basin at the center of a state-owned tourism development in downtown Cumberland.
Maryland’s health care exchange is still not serving the people of Maryland. Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown is charged with overseeing the state’s affordable health care enrollment.
A raw sewage leak causes some problems in Sykesville.
McDaniel College in Westminster says it’s canceling classes for the second time this week because of electrical problems.
Officials say 200,000 gallons of wastewater have flowed into the Reddy Branch Creek in Brookville after a sewer main broke.
The old saying goes, a series doesn’t begin until the road team wins a game. Don’t let Celtics head coach Doc Rivers hear you say that.
An accident on I-83 North is causing big traffic problems.
Courthouse East is closed due to a big mess: a burst water pipe.
An audit at one of the nation’s largest public universities cited $3.3 million in potential overpayments to a contractor who was paid to find leads for students who could be interested in attending the University of Maryland University College.
Icy conditions are causing problems all over the area Thursday, including a death in Gambrills.
The Super Bowl turned into Blackout Sunday.
In a way, Sandra James’ trip to the polls in November was like a trip to Disney World: interminable lines followed by a payoff that made it all worthwhile.