Environmental advocates urged Maryland regulators Monday to reinstate a rule withdrawn by the Hogan administration that would require power plants to curtail their smog-forming pollution or shut down.
Maryland hospitals collectively generated more than $100 million in Medicare savings in the first year of a reformed payment system being watched closely by the federal government as a possible national model for reducing health care costs.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore lawmakers and other city leaders vowed Monday to find a way to revive the $2.9 billion Red Line that has been flatly rejected by Gov. Larry Hogan.
An online fund has been set up for the girl killed in a boating accident Sunday afternoon on the Chesapeake Bay.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday against the Obama administration's attempt to limit power plant emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants, but it may only be a temporary setback for regulators.
Baltimore County police have arrested a man wanted in connection with the attempted robbery of a BP gas station in Lutherville.
Dylan Bundy, Baseball America’s top Orioles prospect the past two seasons and the former fourth overall pick in the 2011 draft, has been shut down because of shoulder inflammation, manager Buck Showalter said.
A new generating unit capable of providing electricity to 120,000 homes in Maryland began operating on Sunday, announced Exelon, the parent of Baltimore Gas and Electric.
Inside a lab in Belcamp, a small 3D printer bleeps, passing black plastic through a needle to slowly build the feet of a mannequin named Buster.
A man who police said assaulted a woman pushing a baby stroller inside an Ocean City hotel is in stable condition after falling five stories in an attempt to flee the scene.
Code enforcement cites homeowners for uncovered trash
Baltimore's spending panel is set to authorize a $34,000 payout to a woman who was struck by a police car after its brakes failed.
Prosecutors turned over a vast trove of evidence to lawyers representing six police officers accused in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, court documents show — including about 8,000 pages of the officers' emails, 44 surveillance videos and more than a dozen statements by civilians.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Some 4,000 customers in Baltimore City and Baltimore County will be left without water as emergency repairs are made.
A satellite location of the Humane Society of Harford County called Rescue Me! located in Harford Mall will be closed as of Tuesday after two years of operation -- and nearly 500 cat and kitten adoptions.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. has formed a joint venture with a company owned by former Walt Disney CEO Michael Eisner to create, produce and distribute first-run syndicated television shows.
Martin O'Malley has hired a former Obama campaign adviser to lead his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, his campaign confirmed Monday.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee defended police practices in Baltimore at a meeting of law enforcement officials in the city on Monday and said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s administration did not adequately support its officers during the April riots.
After Saturday's downpours, this month isn't just Baltimore's wettest June on record -- it's one of the wettest months ever here.
NEW MARKET, Md. (AP) — An autopsy has concluded the operator of a pontoon boat that went over a dam near New Market died from accidental drowning.
Seven people were shot Monday in Baltimore following a Sunday that saw two shot dead in the city.
Gov. Larry Hogan began chemotherapy treatments for Stage 3 cancer on Saturday, he announced.
Sysco is scrapping its proposed $3.5 billion buyout of US Foods after a Federal Trade Commission legal victory that temporarily blocked the deal to combine the two food-service companies.
Last month in a piece that looked at how streaming was the way to go for the best in summertime TV, I highlighted a Netflix documentary on singer, pianist and civil rights pioneer Nina Simone.
When New Town High administrator Robert Murray told the Owings Mills school's guidance counselors that he wanted to achieve a 100 percent college acceptance rate among seniors, he got mixed reactions.
With the state publishing draft regulations for medical marijuana and an infrastructure for growing and distributing it coming into view, Marylanders who suffer from chronic pain or debilitating disease could gain access to the drug by the middle of next year.
Speaking before dozens of Jewish community members Sunday at the 100th anniversary of a Jewish lodge, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz related recent events in Baltimore and South Carolina to those the ancestors of lodge members faced.
Beneath the statue of French general Marquis de Lafayette in Mount Vernon, gay rights advocates gathered Sunday to celebrate the Supreme Court victory for same-sex marriage and to highlight the ongoing struggles for full equality.
The oldest member of the Baltimore Dragon Boat Club has one piece of advice for people who want to compete as paddlers in 500-meter races at the age of 80: "Don't stop."
Thomas A. Lohm, a World War II veteran who later became chief administrative judge for Montgomery County District Court, died June 24 of complications from Alzheimer's disease at a home for senior citizens in Towson.
Two tornadoes touched down in Southern Maryland during Saturday's heavy afternoon storms, according to the National Weather Service.
A man is in critical condition after being shot by a Baltimore police officer during a suspected armed robbery Sunday in southwest Baltimore.
CUMBERLAND — Police say an Ohio man was arrested for an alleged domestic assault that occurred aboard an Amtrak train in western Maryland.
CHEVY CHASE — Police say a woman and her 4-year-old daughter were electrocuted in an accident that may have been caused by a portable sump pump.
Agriculture officials and poultry farmers in Maryland are taking extra precautions against bird flu after outbreaks have devastated flocks in other states.
Byron Haskins recently tried to outsmart the Baltimore Beltway traffic that bedevils his commute between home in Cockeysville and work at the Social Security Administration in Woodlawn. Slipping onto a series of surface streets, he made it as far as Northern Parkway.
Adam Jones will be back in center field in Game 1 of today's split doubleheader for the first time since June 15. Jones, who has been dealing with a shoulder injury, is also back in the starting lineup for the first time since June 20 when he served as the designated hitter.
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings applauded leaders in South Carolina for taking steps toward removing the Confederate flag from the grounds of the state capitol but said Sunday that doing away with that "symbol of racial hatred" was only a first step.
Baltimore homicide detectives are investigating two homicides Sunday on the city's east side.