The Maryland Department of the Environment says the growth of a coal mine near Grantsville is unlikely to threaten two rare aquatic species.
Hundreds of rare, perfect-condition baseball cards went up for auction in Baltimore. They sat untouched in an attic for decades. Collectors paid half a million dollars Thursday night for the best cards of the bunch.
In all the world, there are only 175 copies of the first printing of the King James Bible. And it turns out, Maryland just happens to have one.
To give you an idea of how rare snow in October is, just one inch at Baltimore/Washington Airport would make this the second snowiest October day ever.
How private landowners can help preserve the green salamander and other rare species found in Garrett County will be discussed at the annual meeting of the Allegheny Highlands Conservancy.
Cross your fingers for clear skies overnight because there will be a total eclipse of the moon and everyone in Maryland should be able to see it…if they can stay awake.