In pursuit of Maryland’s ambitious goal of 300,000 electric vehicles on the street by 2025, utility companies and other stakeholders are proposing to install a $104 million network of 24,000 charging stations across the state — which would be the second-largest in the country, after California’s.
Gunfire rang out at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland as classes began Tuesday morning, the latest school shooting to rattle parents and set off another round of the national debate over gun control.
By Pamela Wood, Talia Richman, Colin Campbell and Scott Dance
Two students were injured and a third, the gunman, was killed at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland just before the first bell of the day on Tuesday. Students recount the terror of realizing there was a shooting at their school.
Employees at the Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in White Marsh arrived Sunday morning to find the restaurant had shut down without any notice — one day after the typically long and lucrative St. Patrick’s Day holiday on Saturday.
Three lanes of southbound Interstate 270 in Germantown have reopened to traffic after a multiple-vehicle collision that injured several people and was expected to cause major delays in the morning rush hour, authorities said.
Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen demonstrated how to administer naloxone, the emergency, overdose-reversing drug known as Narcan, to the congregation at Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church on Sunday.
Marylanders on both sides of the bay are already lining up in support or opposition of a potential third crossing — despite the fact that the results of Gov. Larry Hogan’s $5 million environmental impact study are still years away.
Sarah P. Shane, a former teacher, longtime Baltimore Jewish organizer and past president of the largest religious Zionist organization in the U.S., died of heart failure at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem on Feb. 27, one day after the birth of her 35th great-grandchild.
A female Johns Hopkins University student reported on Sunday that she was sexually assaulted by a male student on campus last month, according to campus security — the second sexual assault reported at the university in the last two days.
The entire Baltimore Metro Subway will reopen Friday morning, three days earlier than expected, the Maryland Transit Administration announced, after a nearly one-month shutdown for emergency track repairs that officials said couldn’t wait until this summer.
Baltimore County police asked for public help Thursday to help find an 11-year-old boy who did not return after basketball practice in Essex Wednesday night. But around 7:40 a.m. Thursday, police said Cody Jones had been found safely.
Three people were taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center after a crash involving a pick-up truck with a plow on the front on Belair Road in Baltimore County, authorities said Wednesday.
Millions of hair follicles fluttered to the ground during the 10th annual Brave the Shave in Memory of Joey Sudo, a charity event at O’Loughlin’s Restaurant in Arnold on Sunday that shaved more than 80 heads and raised more than $80,000 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, organizers said.
Maryland Transit Administration buses could be outfitted with cameras to photograph — and allow fines to be issued for — drivers using downtown Baltimore’s new red, bus-only lanes, under a pair of bills filed in the General Assembly.
With a renewed national focus on school security, The Baltimore Sun Media Group sent more than a dozen reporters to elementary, middle and high schools in the city and surrounding counties Monday to report on whether the systems’ protocols match the reality.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation has moved up its timeline for repairing the Hanover Street Bridge to this spring, Transportation Director Michelle Pourciau wrote in a response to two city council members' request for immediate fixes to the pothole-covered, century-old bridge.
The Maryland Transit Administration knew that the Baltimore Metro Subway’s rails violated the agency’s safety standards for more than a year before officials declared an emergency shutdown of the system with less than 24 hours’ notice last week, according to an MTA inspection report.
As Baltimore’s Bike Share system grappled with persistent problems last fall, the employee supervising the program for the Department of Transportation was emailing the bicycle contractor about a different matter: his plan to join the company.
Lyft will pay $270,000 to sponsor five Baltimore Bike Share stations for three years, in a first-of-its-kind partnership for the San Francisco-based rideshare company that will also add designated Lyft pick-up zones at the stations.
Two of the men who were arrested at Fort Meade Wednesday — after the driver of an SUV attempted to enter the National Security Agency compound — have been released, and the third has been handed over to the Howard County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI said Thursday.
Costa Rican military officials in Baltimore on Tuesday raised their country’s flag on a refurbished ex-U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat, one of two outdated vessels the U.S. is donating to the Central American nation to help fight drug and human trafficking.
Although the Maryland Transit Administration arranged for free coach buses to run the metro’s route while it's shut down for repairs, riders had little information about where the buses would stop or how frequently they would arrive.
Baltimore’s entire Metro SubwayLink system will remain closed for a month, the Maryland Transit Administration announced Sunday, after safety inspections showed sections of track needed emergency repairs that couldn’t wait until this summer.
The Maryland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ fifth annual Kindness for Paws Art Show at the White Marsh Mall Sunday raised about $3,000 for homeless and hurting animals, officials said.
An off-campus armed robbery near the University of Maryland, College Park on Thursday prompted authorities to order people to stay away from the area or shelter in place as police searched for the suspect.
A Southwest Airlines plane was taxiing before takeoff at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Wednesday morning, when the Boeing 737 skidded while turning and came to rest with the front end of the plane hanging over the grass, according to a passenger aboard.
Many schools across the Baltimore region canceled classes Wednesday morning, and authorities asked drivers to delay morning trips, if possible, due to a glaze of ice that covered cars, roads and sidewalks.
Up to a half-inch of mixed precipitation — snow and sleet in some areas — is in the weather forecast for the Baltimore region overnight, which is expected to result in a slippery Wednesday morning commute.
The 10,000-member Park Heights megachurch donated more than 4,000 cans of soup in a food drive organizers dubbed “Soup ‘n’ Soul Sunday.” Members also prayed with and served a homemade meal to the homeless at the church on Sunday.
Four top officials, including both deputy directors, have left the Baltimore City Department of Transportation in the past year, and a fifth left this week — a near-complete turnover in the senior staff that is drawing renewed City Council concern about the agency’s leadership.
The Maryland Transit Administration will launch a new route to the Tradepoint Atlantic development in Sparrows Point, discontinue three of its lowest-ridership commuter routes and modify more than a dozen other routes, service times and bus stops starting Sunday.
Drivers with outstanding parking tickets formed a line that wrapped around the Abel Wolman Municipal Building Thursday afternoon to take advantage of an amnesty period, in which the city is waiving all late fees.