| Apr 9, 2012
| 9:59 PM
To the police officer patrolling near BWI Marshall Airport around midnight, the maroon Lincoln sedan on New Ridge Road stood out. Two front headlights were out, and the windshield was caved in with "two large impact craters."
The female driver admitted...
| Jul 18, 2012
| 7:30 AM
Want to do your part to fight climate change? Buy (and drive) a battery-powered car, suggests Environment Maryland. The green group says the state could begin to whittle away at the massive amounts of climate-altering pollution produced here if more...
| Feb 14, 2012
| 11:31 AM
An article in the Feb. 17, 1912, edition of The Argus recognized an enormous lemon grown by a local botanist.
What is believed to be the largest lemon ever grown in Maryland has been plucked from a tree in the conservatory of J H Kummer, at his home on...
| Feb 16, 2012
| 4:47 AM
Workers peered through safety goggles as they fitted together parts of the electric motors they were building on a General Motors assembly line in White Marsh.
For now, the parts are made in a factory in Mexico and then shipped to Baltimore County for...
| Jul 19, 2012
| 8:27 AM
Today's decision by Russia and China to veto a United Nations Security Council resolution to impose sanctions on the brutal regime in Syria is, at most, a hollow victory for President Bashar Assad. Russian officials say they opposed the measure for fear...
| Jul 23, 2012
| 3:00 AM
On the evening of June 29, the National Weather Service warned that a ferocious storm known as a derecho would soon be clobbering our region. Ultimately, millions of Marylanders were left without power and many with damage to their homes and vehicles....
| Jul 20, 2012
100 Years Ago
Ad for Laurel store: "Machinery Repairs of all Kinds. Whole and Odd Pieces of Harness, A large Variety. Feds of All Kinds. Special: I have 4 2-horse wagons, 3 inch rim carried over from last year, these I will sell at special...
| Feb 15, 2012
| 11:00 PM
Many Americans make meals out of leftovers from their meals. And while everyone knows to refrigerate perishables, not everyone is taking all the proper steps to ensure the next-day food is safe, according to the Institute of Food Technologists, a...
| Jul 23, 2012
| 11:04 AM
Some joined to help the environment. Others were hoping to learn something new. And most were looking for a way to earn money over the summer.
But all 30 teens and young adults participating in the Restoring the Environment and Developing Youth program...
| Dec 19, 2012
| 2:44 PM
Talks have broken down between the union representing nearly 15,000 East Coast and Gulf longshoremen and the group representing shippers and port operators, with little more than a week to go before their contract expires.
Meeting Tuesday in Newark, N.J....
| Dec 21, 2012
| 4:27 PM
Port of Baltimore officials say they "are preparing for the worst," in the event of a longshoremen's strike at one minute past midnight Dec. 30.
But that would be nothing, they say, compared with a management decision to lock out workers at the...
| Dec 22, 2012
| 3:57 PM
Motorists crawled along the I-95 corridor Saturday as a smattering of accidents slowed already sluggish holiday traffic, authorities said.
Troopers from Prince George's County to Cecil County reported roadways more crowded than normal as the end-of-...