The names of Maryland’s National Merit Scholarship semifinalists — high school seniors who scored in the top percentile in the country on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) — has been announced.
Dr. Gary K. Gold, a retired dentist who co-invented a battery-powered tooth polisher and had a private practice in Laurel for nearly 40 years, died of a cerebral hemorrhage at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Neuroscience Critical Care Unit on Aug. 22, his wife said. He was 80.
Twenty-five years after its debut at BWI Airport, Southwest — now the largest single carrier in the U.S. — offers more than 240 departures per day from Baltimore to 64 other cities. It now accounts for roughly 70 percent of the passenger volume through the airport.
Police and traffic enforcement officers are beginning to give warnings to drivers who block intersections in downtown Baltimore this week — and will begin issuing $125 fines for “blocking the box,” as it’s known, beginning Oct. 15, the Department of Transportation said.
Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley heard heated testimony from residents and business owners at Monday night’s city council meeting about the new temporary bike lane on Main Street that removed parking along one side of the road.
Thirteen people were indicted on gang charges--including the June 2017 killing of Sebastian Dvorak, a 27-year-old bartender, in Canton--following a yearlong investigation into a Bloods gang subset in East Baltimore, prosecutors announced Monday.
Baltimore approved agreements with Bird and Lime this week, allowing them to operate a six-month pilot program in the city while the transportation department studies how, and whether, to regulate them. Here are 10 takeaways.
A $4.7 million renovation of the BWI Marshall Airport MARC station, which will include a bigger waiting area, new ticketing facilities, a concession area and restrooms, is set to begin Monday, the Maryland Transit Administration said.
Service on the two southern spurs of the Baltimore Light Rail, which had been suspended due to flooding since July 22, resumed Friday afternoon — three days ahead of schedule, the Maryland Transit Administration announced.
A 19-year-old man was arrested on gun and drug charges at his Northwest Baltimore home Thursday night, after police said he pointed a machine gun at neighbors, then barricaded himself inside for hours as a SWAT team surrounded the home.
In an interview with Michael Strahan on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Martin McNair said the coach, who is on administrative leave along with three other staff members pending a review of the team’s culture, should not return to the sidelines.
A commercial fisherman pulled an 8.6-foot, 310-pound bull shark from his pound net trap just below Cedar Point at the mouth of the Patuxent River in Southern Maryland on Monday — an uncommon catch that has been the buzz of the bay as the picture has made its rounds.
A racist flyer comparing Baltimore bus riders to apes and encouraging the cutting of what it called the “Ghetto Bus Line” to White Marsh Mall, after a recent fight in the parking lot, drew boycott threats online — and swift condemnation from mall officials expressing their disgust.
A coalition of business and advocacy groups sent a letter this weekend to Gov. Larry Hogan opposing the recent calls to limit or eliminate Light Rail service in Anne Arundel County, arguing such cutbacks “would come at a direct cost to the region.”
Two, large-scale volunteer cleanups are scheduled at Sandy Point State Park to clear large amounts of debris that washed up onto the beach and closed it to swimmers after last week’s rains, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources said Wednesday.
Circuit Court Judge J. Michael Wachs sentenced DelValle to 20 years in prison, with all but eight suspended, on drug possession and distribution charges in a case the judge called “the absolute saddest of the opiate epidemic cases.”
A Westminster man managed to walk through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at BWI Marshall Airport with a knife in his waistband and no boarding pass on the night before the Fourth of July, authorities confirmed Thursday.
More than a dozen seniors at Glen Burnie High School will spend the upcoming school year learning police codes and dispatch center technology — and how to appropriately respond to someone calling 911 in distress.
With a 70 percent chance of precipitation, the Baltimore area could see showers and thunderstorms, flash flooding and damaging wind gusts Tuesday afternoon and evening, according to the weather service.
A dozen construction workers renovating a Navy Federal Credit Union building in Odenton were hospitalized Tuesday morning for carbon monoxide exposure from a propane-powered saw, the Anne Arundel County Fire Department said.
The Federal Aviation Administration has cut off talks with Maryland and a community group about increased flight noise at BWI Marshall Airport, after Attorney General Brian Frosh filed a pair of petitions last month asking the agency to readjust flight paths to reduce the noise.
Bill Bakaleinikoff, inventor of the “Robot Redford” robot, which gave a historic — and controversial — commencement speech at Anne Arundel County Community College in 1983, died of cancer on June 20 at his home in Half Moon Bay, California.
The body of a woman who fell out of a racing sailboat during a practice on the Corsica River between Queen Anne’s and Kent counties on Friday night was found nearby Sunday morning by a good Samaritan while crews searched the area, according to Maryland Natural Resources Police.
Two Baltimore men face drug charges after detectives found drugs and cash in their car during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Park Thursday night, police said — the second such bust in the neighborhood in two days.
Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed Alice Sophocleus, the widow of Ted Sophocleus, a longtime Anne Arundel County delegate who died last month, to serve out the remainder of his term, the governor announced Monday.
Desperate to do something in the face of such horror, Michael Kirby — a renowned chalk artist who lends his talents to the Madonnari Arts Festival each September — brought his chalk kits to South High Street in Little Italy, where he has created lifelike portraits of each of the victims.
BaltimoreLink, Gov. Larry Hogan’s overhaul of the Maryland Transit Administration regional bus system, has fallen short of delivering the “transformational” transit the governor promised, according to an analysis released Thursday by a rider advocacy group.