Phil Arnold had no plans for spring break, but if he did, he says he’d cancel them. The architecture and engineering design teacher at Frederick County’s Career and Technology Center now plans to spend those early April days in the CTC’s computer-assisted design lab.
The construction of a wind energy system to power Crisfield’s sewage treatment plant will likely be delayed after city officials learned this week they must first pay for a study on how it will affect the power grid.
A wind and solar power project proposed for a Talbot County wastewater treatment plant has been canceled by the county council.
The Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury is preparing to begin a nearly $18 million expansion and renovation project.
The Woodsboro Historical Society is seeking the public’s help in completing its restoration of the town’s historic train station.
Speed cameras are coming to the Capital Beltway for the first time as part of a long-term construction project on an already congested stretch of the highway.
A private firm announced a $70 million plan Friday to build Maryland’s largest solar energy project on the grounds of a state prison near Hagerstown to generate electricity for the wholesale market.
The Frederick Arts Council is seeking citizen input on its second outdoor sculpture project.
A bigger and better convention center. That’s a plan making the rounds in Baltimore as the city seeks to capitalize on the popularity of First Mariner Arena.