President Obama squeezed a visit to Maryland onto his schedule and apparently, it was a pretty tight fit.
Trouble in the Middle East has prompted Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley to reschedule a trip to the region.
As 1 p.m. approached and black storm clouds loomed, every bicyclist spotted was presumed to be Jack and Bonnie Matthews. For a crowd comprised of about 20 supporters, the conclusion of this 4,000-mile journey couldn’t come sooner.
Mike, 72, and his wife Marguerite Welch, 71, who live in Epping Forest in Annapolis, returned home July 19 from a 14 and a half-year circumnavigation on their Shannon 38 sailboat Ithaca.
Lost and found. A Maryland cat is coming home after a long road trip.
Matt Rutherford left Annapolis 10 months ago with a dream and little else. The 31-year-old wanted to raise money for a local charity by sailing solo around the Americas.
The Baltimore Ravens say wide receiver Anquan Boldin is heading to East Africa to raise awareness about drought and famine that are affecting 13 million people across the region.
Pride for the Ravens can’t be denied. The town is painted purple and gold. Logos were placed throughout the area, challenging fans to go on the hunt with a very big prize in mind.
Baltimore is covered in purple as excitement builds for the playoffs. Fans are counting down the days to the AFC title game when the Ravens face the Patriots.
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Authorities say the death of a Russian woman whose body was found months after she disappeared on a trip to Maryland has been ruled a homicide.
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration is planning an economic development trip to India.