A perceived lack of synchronization of the city’s traffic lights, especially along the major downtown thoroughfares that carry most of the traffic, is perpetually among the top complaints of Baltimore drivers, and it has been the topic of more questions in this reader-inspired series than almost any other.
Many of today's most famous and influential politicians, business leaders, musicians and Hollywood actors got their start in teaching, and the experience shaped them into the people they are today. Teaching allowed them to connect with students, build up their public speaking skills, use their creativity and give back to their communities before they embarked on the next stage of their lives. Here are 21 famous people you might be surprised to learn once worked as teachers. (This story originally appeared on The Active Times.)
A proposal sent to Rolling Road Golf Club members would see a private golf course built on state-owned land, currently leased by the Patapsco Horse Center. Local and state lawmakers say the backlash it's sparked is premature.
Maryland senior guard Anthony Cowan Jr. described Tuesday, the first day he was a full participant in the Terps’ practices in more than a week after suffering a concussion, as “a good day.” He hopes there are more to come.
The Pascal Crisis Stabilization Center opened a new facility in Crownsville on Tuesday that will help people who need immediate treatment and expands the number of beds available for those seeking help.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration on Tuesday released a long-awaited plan to dramatically reduce the state’s greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decade, relying on solar and nuclear energy and increased transit ridership and electric vehicle sales.