As Black Bears Emerge From Hibernation, Wildlife Officials Warn Western Maryland Residents, Visitors To Keep Food, Grills Stowed AwayAs Maryland black bears emerge from hibernation, the state's Wildlife and Heritage Service is warning people to keep food tucked away to avoid attracting them.
'Angel' Meets, Hauls Hikers To And From Appalachian TrailWhen Dennis Sewell offered a ride to a hiker 20 years ago, he did not expect to turn into a one-man tourism guide and international ambassador of sorts.
Most Md. Appalachian Trail Shelters Reopened After Tree WorkThe state Department of Natural Resources says most overnight shelters and campsites along Maryland's section of the Appalachian Trail have reopened after tree maintenance prompted by a hiker's death.
Frederick Ponders Trail Use In City Forest The city of Frederick is taking steps to better control recreational trail use in a city-owned forest favored by mountain bikers, hunters, hikers and horseback riders.
Hagerstown Natives Lost In Montana Wilderness For 4 Days Talk About Their SurvivalA four-day ordeal in the Montana wilderness. Now for the first time, two Maryland hikers are talking about how they survived.
Police: Body Of Missing Student With Md. Ties FoundAuthorities in New York say hikers have found the body of a college student from Maryland who had been missing for more than a month.