The Bay Bridge Walk is back! What used to be an annual event, sponsored by the state, was canceled for financial reasons several years ago.
The controversy over the name of Washington, D.C.’s football team is growing. Now a newspaper in Virginia says it will not print the name Redskins. And several schools in D.C. want to ban team jerseys from their classrooms.
An unusual sight at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor–dozens of historic boats, flying full sail. It’s the kickoff to the 23rd Great Chesapeake Schooner Race–a harrowing 150 mile race down the bay.
Rep. C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger says he is still looking at running for governor of Maryland.
Three Democratic candidates for governor of Maryland are scheduled to speak at the Maryland State and DC Building Trades Conference.
The IndyCar drivers like it. The mayor loves it, and so do the fans.
It’s just hours until IndyCar racing roars through downtown Baltimore streets. Organizers are accelerating the last-minute preparations to get ready for three days of racing.
The CBS competition series is back for its 23rd installment, with 11 new teams embarking on a race around the world for a chance at winning $1 million.
Even though he’s not announced he’s running for governor, some comments by Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler are raising eyebrows, and Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown is asking for an apology.
Maryland’s Attorney General Douglas Gansler told campaign volunteers that his rival in next year’s Democratic gubernatorial primary, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, is relying on his race to get elected.
Del. Jon Cardin is scheduled to announce his plans about running for Maryland attorney general next week.
Hundreds of runners and volunteers take part in the Pikesville “Miles That Matter” 5K run and walk.