Park Service Giving $1.4M To Chesapeake ProgramsThe National Park Service says it is giving nearly $1.4 million to two dozen projects in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Awards Honor Teens In Science CompetitionA Maryland teenager has won $75,000 for coming up with a screening method for early-stage pancreatic cancer.
Baltimore Approves Plans For Residential ProjectsBaltimore County has approved preliminary plans for two senior-housing developments and a townhouse project.
7 Projects Best Left To An ElectricianDue to the high amount of risk involved, many electrical repairs are best left to the professionals.
Prince George's Executive: Slots Could Help Fund New ProjectsPrince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III says he is open to adding slot-machine gambling in the county as a way to help generate funding for new projects.
Salazar To Join D.C., Md. Officials To Discuss RiverSecretary of the Interior Ken Salazar is joining Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray in celebrating the completion of more than 13 miles of Anacostia Riverwalk Trail and the ongoing work to restore the river.
Feds Announce $10.9M In Grants For Chesapeake Bay Environmental projects across the Chesapeake Bay watershed will receive $10.9 million in grants.
Art Funds Awarded To Baltimore And Other CitiesA burgeoning arts and entertainment district in Baltimore is the focus of a new grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, along with public-private partnerships in New Orleans and elsewhere.
Maryland Couple's Nonprofit Helps Cambodian PeopleTed and Bonnie Nieman of Frederick first visited Cambodia in 2005 as part of a vacation, they were struck by the poverty and from then on helped the families of Cambodia grow.
Road Projects To Test Commuters This SummerWashington-area commuters will be dealing with a variety of road construction projects in all three jurisdictions this summer.
$2B For Rail Projects, Speed Upgrades Announced Money designated for a now-canceled rail line in Florida was divvied up among nearly two dozen projects around the country Monday, heartening supporters but giving critics fuel to deride it as a diversion from President Barack Obama's high-speed-train ambitions or as a simple waste of money.