The Maryland Transportation Authority's board on Thursday reduced tolls statewide at the urging of Gov. Larry Hogan — mostly for E-ZPass drivers but also for those who pay cash at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
When rockfish season opens April 18, anglers will likely be catching a number on their way to lay eggs in the Susquehanna, Choptank and other rivers, rather than on the way down after shedding their loads. That worries sportsmen.
For more than 35 years, peregrine falcons have been nesting on a skyscraper high over downtown Baltimore. Now, the public can follow this long-running wildlife saga via a webcam mounted on a ledge by the birds' nest on the 33rd floor of the TransAmerica building at 100 Light Street.
The Maryland Transit Administration on Thursday said that due to a winter storm that is expected to produce up to 10 inches of snow in the area, MARC train and commuter bus services have been canceled.
Sheets of ice up to a foot thick have crippled small boats, prevented night docking at the port of Baltimore and kept one Coast Guard cutter busy tending to stranded Chesapeake Bay islanders for more than a week straight amid this month's freeze, the worst in decades.
A utility problem on U.S. 1 North in Perry Hall at Forge Road has closed the northbound right traffic lane and northbound right shoulder at 7:31 a.m. on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation.
On Wednesday, Dmitry Pronin, 29, admitted to accusations that he killed his mother in 2011, pleading guilty to second-degree murder in Baltimore County Circuit Court as part of an agreement with prosecutors.
The technology, whose use around the country is expanding rapidly, is controversial among privacy advocates. Its application in the Smart investigation, in which the government on Dec. 9 filed suit to keep his car and cash, is cautionary: if you're culpable, best to not say anything than to lie.
Dr. Charles R. Morrison, a former Polytechnic Institute teacher who later joined the faculty of what is now the Community College of Baltimore County at Catonsville, died Nov. 2 at the Little Sisters of the Poor-St. Martins Home in Catonsville. He was 84.
For many Baltimoreans, the story of the Orioles is the story of their family. It's a way for fathers and sons to talk, for mothers and daughters to celebrate, for grandparents to share an interest with grandchildren.
The three right-hand lanes at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge toll plaza will close Sunday night for 45 days as part of a $4.5 million project to replace the concrete surface before the booths, the Maryland Transportation Authority said Thursday.
A single-vehicle crash on Interstate 95 South in Baltimore City past the MD 150 (Eastern Avenue) exit has closed the southbound right traffic lane and southbound right shoulder at 8:58 a.m., according to the state Department of Transportation.
On Maryland's Eastern Shore, 6201 Swan Creek Road in Rock Hall reaches new heights in property ownership. A classic 19th-century farmhouse and a charming waterfront cottage sit on a private peninsula consisting of 177-plus acres of farmland.
By By Marie Marciano Gullard and For The Baltimore Sun
The Maryland Department of Transportation announced $280 million in new projects in its annual budget proposal released Tuesday, far less than the billions in capital improvements announced after the increase in the state's gas tax last year.