Like fashion, the public spaces in urban areas change with time. Broken pumps mean the McKeldin Fountain will probably stay dry this summer and perhaps forever.
With the first day of spring under our belts, state and local government snow removal crews are crossing their fingers they’re done with winter weather.
The Board of Public Works has approved funding to remove up to 200,000 tires from a dump in Crownsville.
It’s been a few years since Maryland’s had a real winter, and it’s welcome weather for some.
Maryland State Police say all lanes of northbound Interstate 270 are closed in the Frederick area.
Bill Hubbard of Ferndale was driving home from work when he noticed the beautiful scenery he had become accustomed to was missing. Off to the sides of Route 100, it was completely leveled off. Everything was gone.
A river restoration group has announced a $40,000 federal grant toward the proposed removal of a Potomac River dam at Cumberland.
Duane M. Cummins has removed gum from the rooftop of the W Hotel, the entrance of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and from under the tables at Dave & Buster’s.
A bill has been introduced by Baltimore City Council members that they say would require proper notification before cutting down trees in the city.