Just moments before unveiling an outdoor bust in honor of Julius Chapman, the school’s first Dean of Minority Affairs from 1969 to 1981, Towson President Kim Schatzel announced that the surrounding area would soon be turned into a quad where students could gather to study or socialize or do a little of both.
Service on the MTA’s light rail, the Penn-Camden Shuttle or Metro Subway was disrupted on all but one weekday in September, according to a tally of the agency’s service alerts by the Central Maryland Transportation Alliance, a rider advocacy group.
In Havre de Grace, there’s a red barn with a white door on Level Road. It looks like your average dairy farm, but on the inside, there are no cows in sight. Instead, the barn is filled with machinery — and bags and bags of barley.
After a serious injury in his senior year of high school made him give up playing quarterback, Maryland's Antoine Brooks Jr. turned strictly to defense and has become one of the top safeties in the Big Ten.
Laurel Park will open its doors at 10:30 a.m. with a special first-race post time of noon for Saturday’s 34th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day program of 12 races, including seven stakes and four starter stakes worth $1.02 million in purses.
The body of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, the Baltimore Democrat and committee chairman who died Thursday, will lie in state in National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol next week, according to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
As auto workers prepare to vote on a proposed deal that could end a 33-day strike against General Motors, local union officials have been told the automaker’s last plant in Maryland, a White Marsh transmission and electric motor factory, will remain closed.
An Odenton woman who’s daughter’s 2012 death was ruled a suicide has sued Anne Arundel County as well as current and former members of its police department saying its investigation amounted to fraud and libel.
An Annapolis resident was charged with sexual abuse of a minor after a female student at a Prince George’s County high school where he works reported sexual contact with her, Prince George’s County police said.
The season's first frost is forecast early Saturday morning in the northern and western Baltimore suburbs. Temperatures are forecast to drop into the lower 30s in those areas, and the mid- to upper 30s around Baltimore.