In May 1862, Robert Ford was captured by Confederate soldiers and sent to the officers’ jail in Richmond, Va., known as Libby Prison. A black resident of Frederick in his early 30s, Ford had been working as a teamster for the Union Army’s quartermaster.
Public accountability may be a key weight loss aid for some.
Prosecutors in Montgomery County want to shut down the website of a defendant in a car theft case, saying they’re concerned the site could influence the potential jury pool.
The website for the Prince George’s County public school system is being honored.
Putting history online. That’s what the Walters Art Museum is doing thanks to nearly a million dollars in grants.
A new state website will help Maryland residents navigate health care reform policies.
One Maryland shore town is deciding whether to create a municipal website.
The City of Frederick plans to launch a more user-friendly website Nov. 10 that will tell taxpayers where their money goes and “sets the record straight,” according to city staff.
One part of West Virginia is so rich in Civil War history that it now has its own website.
More than 2,700 top history students from across the country are gathering at the University of Maryland for the National History Day Contest.
The U.S. Attorney for Maryland says websites and international bank accounts were seized in an online gambling investigation that led to indictments against two Canadian men and a Costa Rican woman.
The Washington Post Co. is launching a news aggregation website called Trove that allows users to create their own news sites based on Facebook interests and customized subjects.