Cleared of corruption charges. Now, the once-powerful State Sen. Ulysses Currie will soon be disciplined by his fellow lawmakers.
Baltimore police have released a department policy that spells out the public’s right to record officers carrying out their duties, just days before a hearing on a suit over the issue.
A change of heart for the Susan G. Komen Foundation three days after it pulled funds for cancer-screening away from Planned Parenthood.
Carroll County officials are giving the public a chance to name a new 32-acre park in Westminster.
An event featuring every imaginable type of art is in the middle of a five-week run in downtown Frederick.
The District of Columbia’s emergency management agency will likely advise people to stay put rather than try to drive home during future disasters.
A Maryland panel on oversight of public and private partnerships is meeting to discuss best practices.
Maryland and federal emergency management officials are beginning a series of briefings for Hurricane Irene disaster aid applicants.
Artists from each of Italy’s 20 regions are being featured in a new exhibit at the Italian Embassy in Washington.
The Smithsonian Board of Regents is holding its annual public meeting to answer questions and address issues facing the world’s largest museum and research complex.
Public art isn’t just for the south end of downtown Frederick. A new mural project, North of Fourth, is in progress near the Bernard W. Brown Community Center on North Market Street.
Visitors got their first up-close look Monday at the memorial to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., including a towering granite sculpture inspired by the civil rights leader’s “I Have a Dream” speech.