Here’s a sign that summer is winding down: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels is offering its last boater safety course of the season.
Three people dead in just one year. All of them were college students who were hit by cars as they walked on Route 1 in College Park.
From simple home repairs to high-scale improvements, DIY projects can provide an enjoyable experience and rewarding results.
State regulators on Friday recommended some of the nation’s tightest restrictions on shale gas drilling, aimed partly at protecting drinking water from being contaminated by methane leaking from drill sites in western Maryland.
The Prince George’s County Office of Emergency Management is conducting a mass care and evacuation exercise.
Just about 24 hours and counting until fireworks light up the night sky downtown. As the city prepares for tens of thousands, preparations are also underway for any potential trouble.
An investigation is underway in Anne Arundel County after police say a drunk driver slammed into a young couple riding their bicycles in Annapolis.
A warning as an American holiday celebration proves to be the cause of an increasing number of serious hospital visits for kids.
A new warning about the serious danger of lightning strikes, as we get into the summer months. Harford County is recovering from damage and even injury after Wednesday night’s active storms.
Autonomous vehicle developers are testing self-driving cars on public streets, but don’t expect to buy your own just yet.
An Elkton man—whose license was revoked after a 2013 investigation—has been arrested for performing fire and life safety maintenance at a local restaurant. Officials say the services would have failed in a real emergency.
Teens clash with tourists at the Inner Harbor. Now police and city leaders are stepping up patrols to ensure visitors are safe in the popular summer spot.