Within the past few years, politicians have begun courting voters in 140 characters or less on Twitter and by making friends on Facebook. On the Eastern Shore, however, the embrace of social networking has moved a bit slower than in more urban areas.
I’m not sure where we went wrong. I’m not sure when we thought it was okay for EVERYONE to have a platform to voice their opinion.
Maryland lawmakers become the first in the nation to take a stand against companies accessing the social media accounts of current or future employees.
Tiger Woods tweeted Monday night that he received good news on his achilles, that it’s just a minor strain, and he will be able to resume hitting balls later this week.
Athletes run their mouths, or fingers, on Twitter, and get in serious trouble.
Social media and college athletes. A Maryland university bans its football players from Twitter, causing backlash from students and lawmakers alike.
Check out our live video and Twitter updates from the red carpet. Keep up with all the Grammy award winners, red carpet stunners and celebrity gossip in real-time.
Governor Martin O’Malley presents his legislative agenda to the General Assembly Monday night and, as expected, it includes a bill to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland.
When it was announced Steve Jobs died Wednesday evening, many people turned to social media to mourn his passing. Not Michael Oher, though. He turned to Twitter to get answers, and he sure got them.
Mom might get a quick note in the mail. Sister might get a birthday card. But that’s about it. For the typical American household these days, nearly two months will pass before a personal letter shows up.
The Maryland Office of Tourism tweeted a link to one of our Travel & Outdoors Best Of Guides, and 10 others re-tweeted that link—including Gov. Martin O’Malley.
In the midst of a lockout the NFL still made most of the headlines in Baltimore this week – Ray, Stover, Players Practice @ Towson U…So, What do the FANs think?