Gov. Martin O’Malley is looking to reduce unnecessary rules from the state’s regulatory process in an effort to help spark job growth.
The National Academy of Sciences says the Army should do a more thorough job of assessing the risks of a planned biodefense animal laboratory at Fort Detrick in Frederick.
I went into it as a spectator, taking in three days of racing and entertainment in the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix over the Labor Day weekend. I left the microphone and camera aside and experienced the event as a citizen and resident of South Baltimore- just to get a read on what it all looked and felt like, and what it all could mean.
Like many Baltimoreans, I was delighted to find out that the construction clogging Aliceanna Street at the Eden Building in Harbor East this spring was all for a good cause – a new restaurant.
Maryland residents will have an additional 60 days to review and make comments on PlanMaryland, the first statewide development plan aimed at reducing sprawl, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Thursday in response to wary local officials who sought more time to study the plan.
The Zagat Guide lists restaurants in Baltimore, D.C. and the Eastern Shore, including 119 new ones.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says an environmental review hasn’t found anything to prevent licensing of a third nuclear reactor at the Calvert Cliffs power plant in Lusby.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III announced the appointment of an independent board to review the police-involved shooting that occurred on Jan. 9, 2011, as well as related police policies and procedures.
The medical records of a Virginia women’s lacrosse player who was found dead in her apartment will remain sealed except for information about a prescription.
An independent panel is now reviewing security at Johns Hopkins Hospital so it can keep its accreditation in the wake of a shooting on campus that wounded a doctor.