It’s back–the grand finale of summer before it’s back to school. The Maryland State Fair is officially open.
In Baltimore County, a young boy is recovering after being hit by a car.
We now know what caused more than 200 Baltimore County students to miss school last week.
Baltimore County Schools are still trying to determine what caused more than a dozen students to get sick at Pinewood Elementary Thursday.
It might be an old table or painting or some jewelry. If you love antiques, the Crowne Plaza in Timonium is the place to be this weekend.
The box stores may have been the most popular destination for many Friday, but –the Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees at the Fairgrounds had to be a close second.
The first of two public auctions of items formerly owned by Curt Schilling’s failed video game company has brought in $180,000, the firm’s court-appointed receiver said Thursday.
Over the last decade or so, thousands of “medical spas” have popped up around the country, enticing consumers with a name that suggests a surgeon’s skill mixed with the pleasure of a massage.
Health officials shut down a cosmetic surgery center after a bacterial outbreak killed one woman and hospitalized two others. But there are still concerns and questions.
The Maryland State Fair — also called the 11 best days of summer – has started. More than half-a-million people visit every year.
A steady trend has developed over the past six decades. Fewer people are living in rural areas, and more are in cities and towns.
A door-to-door salesman saves three children from a house fire in Timonium.