Maryland Enters Stage 2 Of Coronavirus Recovery Plan FridayMaryland will enter the second phase of its coronavirus recovery plan Friday.
Reopening Maryland: Bengie's Drive-In Hopes To Open Next WeekBengie's Drive-In is getting ready to reopen following the green light from Maryland's governor lifting more coronavirus restrictions and allowing outdoor theaters to reopen Friday.
New AAA Study Says New Technology May Create Distractions While DrivingNew technology designed to help drivers may be distracting them.
Baltimore DOT Celebrates International Walk To School Day, Gives Safety Tips To Students, ParentsWednesday is International Walk To School Day, and Baltimore leaders, teachers and children alike were seen walking to Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School in Bolton Hill. 
'Seat Belts Look Good On You' Campaign Aims To Get Teens To Buckle UpThe Maryland Department of Transportation and Motor Vehicle Administration Thursday announced a new initiative to lower the number of fatalities from drivers and passengers who don't wear a seatbelt in the car.
Marylanders: Expect Heavy Traffic On Labor Day WeekendThe State Highway Administration is removing non-emergency lane closures to help traffic flow over the weekend.
'Swim Near Lifeguard' | Ocean City Beach Patrol Tells Swimmers To Take Caution This Labor DayOcean City Beach Patrol is asking swimmers to take caution this Labor Day in the water.
Maryland NRP Reminds Boaters To Stay Safe This Labor Day WeekendWith Labor Day weekend underway, Maryland Natural Resources Police wants to remind everyone going out on the water to stay safe with a few boating tips.
Maryland State Police To Increase Patrols Labor Day WeekendState police want to ensure that travelers stay safe behind the wheel this Labor Day weekend. 
Orioles To Add Protective Netting At Camden Yards To Protect Fans From Batted BallsCrews will be installing extra protective netting up and down the lines to protect fans from batted balls.
'Look Up, Look Out' Campaign Urges Drivers, Pedestrians To Be Safe This Back-To-School SeasonIn two weeks, the crosswalks across Baltimore County will be packed with students heading back to class.