Amid concerns about stricter gun laws in Maryland following the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., in December, many people have flocked to gun shops to buy weapons that could be banned Oct. 1.
Some Maryland residents affected by Superstorm Sandy will be eligible to receive food stamps under a federal aid program.
Taxicabs in the nation’s capital will soon sport a uniform color scheme, and residents will get to choose what colors they like best.
A different weather problem for people in Western Maryland– tons of snow.
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) has canceled all service for Monday due to severe weather conditions from Hurricane Sandy.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says about 50 to 60 people have been evacuated from a development in Crisfield after a tidal surge flooded homes on the first floor.
Maryland residents can now visit the National Aquarium in Baltimore for less in the morning.
More than 90 families in the Town of Jackson, Wisc. have signed on to a planned lawsuit over a pipeline spill.
The chief judge of the District Court of Maryland has dismissed more than 3,000 debt collections cases against Maryland residents.
Scary moments for dozens of people at an apartment complex in Odenton as flames sweep through the building. Many are safe thanks to a quick-thinking neighbor.
Heavy rains force a major sinkhole to reopen in East Baltimore. Now it’s causing even more problems than before.
Baltimore County fire officials say a two-alarm blaze at a Randallstown apartment complex has displaced about 16 residents.