Baltimore City school leaders are scrambling to close the gap and fill scores of vacant teaching positions. The start of school is less than two weeks away.
This holiday weekend is rife with crab feasts, especially when the weather is as nice as it’s been. But a new report released this week warns that the number of crabs headed to your table is down.
Memberships in the Capital Bikeshare program are up, but the operation has run out of keys for new members to access bicycles.
The liquid form of the flu drug Tamiflu is in short supply.
Maryland State Police say they’re asking local officers in at least one county to patrol state highways due to a trooper shortage and a reorganization of the state agency.
A sudden plunge in the blue crab population in the bay means belt-tightening for watermen.
More food than they can handle. That’s the challenge the Maryland Food Bank faces after a major donation–the agency is in dire need of helping hands.
Prince George’s County school officials are grappling with a shortage of nurses.
Spring’s crab glut has quickly become summer’s crab shortage. And with crab consumption a July Fourth holiday ritual on Delmarva, crustacean connoisseurs could be in for some disappointment.
High gas prices this past year are being passed on by farmers so it will cost more to put a Thanksgiving meal on the table.
Berger Cookies are now reaching 98 percent of the stores that sell them. The remaining two percent won’t have long to wait.