Annapolis residents will now have another place to get medical attention.
As the storm ramps up, most of Maryland is thinking the same thing–not again! People crowd grocery stores and gas stations, bracing for more.
While Americans around the country scramble to meet the deadline to sign up for Affordable Health Care coverage to start Jan. 1, Marylanders have until Friday. The insurers in Maryland’s Health Care Exchange agreed to extend the deadline for those who want coverage in January until Dec. 27.
With Thanksgiving falling so late on the calendar, this is the shortest holiday shopping season since 2002—and that has stores opening earlier than ever.
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“I am deeply sorry and I will never do so again.” Those are the words directly from State Sen. Ulysses Currie after fellow lawmakers unanimously vote to censure him for a conflict of interest.
As budgets tighten and the holiday season is here, Delmarva shoppers are turning to pawn shops as an alternative to big box stores and shopping malls.
Mayhem at the mall. Across the country, shoppers get hurt fighting over deals as stores try to cash in on Black Friday.
Some Maryland stores opened for Black Friday on Thursday. At some stores, people have been waiting in line for hours.
Thanksgiving is still weeks away, but retailers are gearing up for the holiday shopping season. Stores will combat a tough economy with aggressive Black Friday deals.
The fate of a powerful politician is now in the hands of a jury. Deliberations continued until Friday evening in the federal corruption case against State Senator Ulysses Currie.
A federal jury debates the fate of a powerful Maryland state politician accused of taking bribes from a grocery chain. The trial of State Senator Ulysses Currie is in its sixth week.