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  • Tour of Guilford houses draws people from far and wide

    Tour of Guilford houses draws people from far and wide
    Gardens were filled with tulips. Dogwood blossoms and tender new shoots were mulched. Windows glistened, tables glowed and chandeliers glittered in the April sun. Guilford homeowners were ready for the visitors who would come during the Guilford edition...
  • Maryland GOP elects new chairman

    Maryland GOP elects new chairman
    Maryland Republican Party interim chairman Diana Waterman fended off challenges and won election as head of the state GOP this past weekend, taking the reins as the party faces a shortened fundraising session for state lawmakers and challenges from...
  • Kratovil for AG?

    Kratovil for AG?
    Democratic former Congressman Frank Kratovil's name could appear on the ballot again in 2014, if a group of supporters have their way. A "recruit Frank Kratovil" campaign has been launched to entice him to run for Attorney General in the next state-wide...
  • Maryland braces for Hurricane Sandy

    Maryland braces for Hurricane Sandy
    As the eye of Hurricane Sandy loomed a few hundred miles to the southeast and the monster storm churned toward the Mid-Atlantic coast, Marylanders braced for the arrival of a weather system with the potential to be the most damaging to hit the United...
  • Meetings begin on MD's climate plan

    Maryland environmental officials are staging a series of public meetings, beginning today, to get public input on the state's plan to reduce climate-altering pollution. The General Assembly passed in 2009 an O'Malley-sponsored bill committing Maryland to...
  • Historians fret fate of War of 1812 sites

    Historians fret fate of War of 1812 sites
    On a grassy hill a mile west of the Patuxent River, historian Ralph Eshelman can see the same bucolic view of fields and placid water anxious British soldiers likely saw when they landed in the summer of 1814 — the first stop in their campaign to...
  • One dead, two hurt in Kent Narrows boat crash

    An Eastern Shore man is dead and two people remained hospitalized after their small boat hit the south jetty at Kent Narrows late Sunday, police said. The body of David R. Whitlow, 43, was recovered at 12:30 p.m. Monday by a team from Charles County Dive...
  • Traffic: Accident on I-695 outer loop near Security Blvd.

    Traffic: Accident on I-695 outer loop near Security Blvd.
    As of 9 a.m. Friday, traffic was slow on the outer loop of I-695 near Security Boulevard, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic on Ritchie Highway near College Parkway in Anne Arundel County, and Washington Boulevard near Route 32 in...
  • Maryland State Fair organizers on alert for swine flu

    Maryland State Fair organizers on alert for swine flu
    As the state fair opens in Timonium, pigs that will be judged for prizes will also be under scrutiny from state veterinarians after an outbreak of swine flu nearly threatened to shut down the event. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene...
  • Harris rising through state's sparse GOP ranks

    Harris rising through state's sparse GOP ranks
    He's a rookie in Congress, but Rep. Andy Harris is positioned to become a GOP heavyweight in Maryland. As delegates from across the country converge at the Republican National Convention this week to nominate Mitt Romney for president, the first-term...
  • Tarpaulin system leads to Bay Bridge ordeal

    Tarpaulin system leads to Bay Bridge ordeal
    A tarpaulin system that caught too much wind forced an extended shutdown Tuesday of the westbound span of the Bay Bridge, officials said, turning the morning commute into an hours-long ordeal for thousands of Marylanders. Workers doing overnight...
  • Fish kills fade, troublesome algae remain

    Fish kills fade, troublesome algae remain
    The fish kills that have plagued Baltimore's Inner Harbor and nearby creeks over the past two weeks may have eased with the dip in temperatures, but scientists caution that's not the last we've seen of potentially toxic and even deadly algae blooms in...