After years of massive recalls across the auto industry, car dealerships and drivers are in new territory with the announcement that Fiat Chrysler must buy back some defective Ram pickups and Dodge and Chrysler SUVs.
The Baltimore Grand Prix will benefit from a number of lessons learned during last year's inaugural event, according to city and race officials. Changes made will ease pedestrian and vehicular traffic and cut down on negative impacts of the event on downtown businesses, officials said.
Though just two Baltimore Police officers accused of taking kickbacks from Majestic Auto Repair are on trial this week in federal court, witnesses, prosecutors and attorneys have broadly described cops behaving badly.
Gasoline prices in Maryland and across the nation are climbing fast, and motorists could see $4 a gallon at the pump in the coming months, fueled by stiff demand in China and India and turmoil in the oil-rich Middle East, experts said.
Police pursued a motorist at more than 100 mph Wednesday afternoon after authorities said the driver took off from a routine traffic stop on I-95 in northern Maryland Wednesday afternoon. Police said the had to puncture the car's tires with a spike stick put across a road to force the driver to stop
In a celebration of staying power, Mayor Craig Moe and City Council members honored a select circle of Laurel businesses who have operated in Laurel for more than 20 years, including some that have been in Laurel for 75 years, and longer.
Police say an "alert citizen" in Sykesville tackled a man who was beating a High's convenient store clerk with a baseball bat this morning, Friday, Jan. 6, but couldn't detain the assailant long enough for police to make an arrest.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake hopes to attract 10,000 families to Baltimore in the next decade – which would reverse more than a half century of population decline – and would like to serve at least one more term beyond the one she begins Tuesday.