| Jun 9, 2011
| 2:05 AM
When life hands you car theft, make political hay.
“While picking up his car from a local automotive repair shop last month, [Jody] Landers’ vehicle was stolen as he was inside the office and paying for the work,” the former City...
| Feb 6, 2010
| 6:55 PM
Roof collapses in Southern Maryland
Updated 9:53 p.m.:
A roof at the St. John School in Hollywood Md., collapsed Saturday destroying six classrooms, the library, the computer lab and offices, said a spokeswoman with The Archdiocese of Washington.
| Feb 7, 2010
| 1:37 PM
Transit services coming back slowly
Updated at 4:35 p.m. Mass transit service in Maryland was making a slow recovery from the weekend's snowstorm. with light rail offering service to a limited number of stations this afternoon and...
| Feb 10, 2010
With another snowstorm bearing down on Baltimore, officials called on local contractors and out-of-state equipment for help, warned that stretches of some highways could be shut down today and implored area residents to stay home.
Forecasts calling for...
| Oct 22, 2010
| 9:27 PM
Maryland has endured a bruising recession better than many other states, but voters here are still wary over the economy and personal finances, and could punish incumbent politicians at the ballot box next month, a Baltimore Sun survey shows.
| Aug 10, 2011
An article in the Aug. 12, 1911 edition of The Argus reported on damage from a severe storm.
Lightning struck the home of Mr. Emil Fisher, Smithwood avenue, last Friday night, causing damage of several hundred dollars. The bolt struck the roof near the...
| Aug 30, 2011
| 10:58 AM
Two weeks after closing its post office on Auto Drive, the U.S. Postal Service is still mulling a variety of options for providing mail services in Clarksville.
On Aug. 12, the last day the post office was open, County Executive Ken Ulman offered to...
| Oct 19, 2011
| 6:13 AM
It's going to be more expensive to mail holiday greetings and birthday cards next year.
But the U.S. Postal Service announced Tuesday that the price of a first-class stamp will increase to 45 cents starting on January 22, the first price increase in...
| Oct 30, 2011
| 10:24 AM
For years the Howard County Welcome Center operated from a small and rather unwelcoming space on the basement level of Ellicott City's old Post Office on Main Street. A fallout shelter sign by the entrance set a less-than-inviting tone.
| Sep 4, 2011
| 3:20 PM
Campaigning on foot along a stretch of tidy brick rowhouses in East Baltimore, joined by a small entourage of family members, campaign consultants and volunteers, City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young rarely needs an introduction.
| Sep 7, 2011
| 10:16 AM
1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve as council president.
I am a 1968 graduate of Douglass High School (Baltimore City School System). I also attended Coppin State College for three (3)...
| Sep 8, 2011
| 7:59 AM
Few moments in history are identified in everyday conversation solely by date.
The Fourth of July is one of the few. Most commemorated historic observances go by names like Veterans Day (which used to be called Armistice Day as it signified the end of...