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  • Bozzuto at Maple Lawn

    Bozzuto at Maple Lawn
    ADVERTORIAL CONTENT When comparing Baltimore andWashington, D.C., people often focus on the differences – in favorite sports teams, favorite foods and even brands of beer. This has created a regional rivalry that often leads area residents to...
  • Most Laurel roads reopen as high water eases up

    Most Laurel roads reopen as high water eases up
    Friday updateRoads in Laurel were mostly clear of water and open for traffic as the rain let up somewhat on Friday, but eight roads remained closed in other parts of Prince George’s County Friday, mostly in Upper Marlboro and Bowie. County officials...
  • Transit gets slashed

    Transit gets slashed
    Get out of that bus, train, light rail or subway and drive your car to work! Crowd the roads! Burn the most gasoline possible! Pollute the air! That's the unmistakable message Congress has sent the nation's commuters with its recent choice not to...
  • New era for Stevenson starts Saturday with first home football game

    New era for Stevenson starts Saturday with first home football game
    When the lights go up on Owings Mills Boulevard Saturday night, a new era will dawn for Stevenson University. A capacity crowd of 3,500 is expected to pack the school's new $9 million stadium, built on the site of the former Ravens and Colts training...
  • Along with jobs, Fort Meade growth brings traffic concerns

    Along with jobs, Fort Meade growth brings traffic concerns
    Second in a two-part series If you build it, they will come – and most will be in cars. That's the reality facing planners at Fort Meade, the military installation in Anne Arundel County just east of the Howard County line that has seen major...
  • Pat on the BRAC

    After years of talk, BRAC has finally arrived. Effective this week, Aberdeen Proving Ground has officially made the transition from a $3.5 billion a year installation to a $20 billion facility. Make no mistake about it: this is a big deal. Anyone who has...
  • MdTA to vote on final bridge toll plan next week

    MdTA to vote on final bridge toll plan next week
    The Maryland Transportation Authority board plans to vote on revised toll increases for the Susquehanna River bridges and other bridges and tunnels at the board's monthly meeting Sept. 22. That meeting will be held at 9 a.m. in Baltimore, at 2310...
  • Agency scales back toll proposals for Bay Bridge, other spans

    Agency scales back toll proposals for Bay Bridge, other spans
    Responding to a public outcry, the Maryland Transportation Authority agreed Thursday to scale back a proposed toll hike on the Bay Bridge — one of several revisions to a hotly debated package of rate increases. The authority board reached a...
  • Advocacy panel proposes expanded MARC service

    Advocacy panel proposes expanded MARC service
    Increasing MARC train service during off-peak hours and initiating it on weekends would help boost the Baltimore-Washington economy, says a regional transportation advocacy group that seeks to make it easier for potential employees to reach job centers....
  • State backs off on Susquehanna toll hikes

    The Maryland Transportation Authority board plans to keep the AVI decal toll bridge sticker system for another year, raising its cost to $20 in July 2012, and then institute a special EZPass program for Hatem Bridge users after that, Sen. Nancy Jacobs...
  • Harford delegation hopes to get answers on HCC-Towson building funds

    Harford delegation hopes to get answers on HCC-Towson building funds
    Getting funding for Harford Community College's Towson University building is one of the top priorities for Harford County's delegates and senators when they head back for the 2012 Maryland General Assembly session, which begins Wednesday. Harford's...
  • Maryland tolls: good politics, bad policy

    Maryland tolls: good politics, bad policy
    When the Maryland Transportation Authority floated a package of toll increases that seemed staggering to many motorists — a jump from $2.50 to $8 on the Bay Bridge by 2013, for example — state officials insisted that the higher rates were...