Friday, the Orioles began a nine-game homestand with a 3-10 record in Baltimore. Both manager Brandon Hyde and outfielder Trey Mancini pointed to this season’s slow start at Camden Yards as a case of a small sample size.
When Hampstead resident Harry Griffith, 86, saw that AAA Mid-Atlantic was seeking story submissions from former safety patrollers for its 100th anniversary, he didn’t know his would get him back onto the scene for the first time in 75 years.
Motorcyclists would be allowed to ride between lanes of highway traffic and between vehicles stopped at traffic lights under a bill scheduled for a first hearing in the Maryland House of Delegates on Thursday.
The speech took place at Turf Valley in Ellicott City and was attended by President of the Howard County Chamber of Commerce Leonardo Mcclarty, Councilwomen Deb Jung, Christiana Mercer Rigby, Police Chief Lisa Meyers and Fire and Rescue Services Chief Christine Uhlhorn.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman, in his fifth annual State of the County Address, highlighted prior successes that have left the county on better financial footing than when he came into office in 2014, but he also urged fiscal discipline ahead of potential national economic slowdowns.
At the Maryland House Travel Plaza near Aberdeen, business at the restaurant, shops, gas pumps and electric charging stations was brisk throughout the late morning and early afternoon Wednesday as the Thanksgiving Holiday travel rush was in full swing.
With Maryland gas prices at an average of $2.47 per gallon this week, and Carroll County’s average even lower — with multiple locations at $2.17 per gallon — residents have more to be thankful for this holiday season.
Major delays are expected on Interstate 895 beginning later this month and continuing for the next three years, as the Maryland Transportation Authority limits the expressway to one lane in each direction for a $189 million replacement of the bridge north of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel.
City Council members want to cap drivers’ speed on Baltimore streets to 25 mph on main roads and 20 mph on side streets. Legislation proposed by Ryan Dorsey and Mary Pat Clarke would drop the top speed on main thoroughfares such as Harford Road, Martin Luther King Boulevard and York Road.
Newly-released data from the 2017 American Community Survey show that commute times in the Baltimore area are again among the nation's longest. Here's a look at Baltimore's commute times over the past decade.
Automated speed enforcement devices — a fancy way to say speed cameras — are almost universally despised by motorists. But they aren’t going away any time soon. Why? Because speed cameras are effective getting people to slow down, reducing crashes and saving lives.
The 993,000 Marylanders going to the beach and other start-of-summer vacation spots is up nearly 6 percent, the biggest jump since 2010, despite high gas prices and the holiday travel period — Tuesday to Sunday — being a day shorter than last year’s, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Drivers in the Baltimore region spend an average of just over 30 minutes commuting each way — the eighth-longest in the country, according to 2017 U.S. Census data. The average commute time is longer than in notoriously traffic-heavy Los Angeles and only a few minutes shorter than in New York.