Wilkens Beltway Plaza in Catonsville is adding a new building with six retail spots that includes space for a Dunkin' Donuts. The property owner, Kimco Realty, hopes to have tenants in the new building by the end of 2018 or early 2019.
Friday morning, 9-year-old Tyler Carach was in Harford County to hand out donuts and meet area police officers at the Harford County Sheriff's Office Southern Precinct station in Edgewood. Tyler is on a mission to give donuts to every police officer in America.
In a state where the Ravens and Washington Redskins play just 32 miles apart by car and have bordering marketing territories, some businesses can find themselves in a puzzling, no-man's land — or possibly even offsides.
Two men who allegedly broke into and burglarized the Dunkin' Donuts and Main Street Cigar store near Harford Community College early Friday morning were under surveillance by officers from the Howard County Police Department when the crimes occurred, according to court records.
A steady stream of people, both uniformed public safety officers and civilians, arrived at Mountain Christian Church's New Life Center in Joppa ahead of the 2 p.m. start of Tuesday's viewing for slain Harford County Sheriff's Office Deputy Patrick Dailey.
An Overlea man and woman have been charged with the murder of the woman's estranged husband, whose body was found in August outside the Elks Lodge in Abingdon, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.
Looking back now, April 27 unfolded in Baltimore in a way that seems both unimaginable yet also predictable. Unlike previous police custody deaths, Freddie Gray's struck a deep and still raw nerve. It likely was too much to expect that volatility to remain beneath the surface, even for one day. And indeed, as interviews and government documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun attest, there were multiple warning signs of impending trouble. But in the end, the city seemed largely in the position of
Police and doughnuts are a stereotype that every officer has had to endure way too often during their careers. This weekend, local police are embracing the joke as part of a "Cops on Rooftops" fundraising effort for Special Olympics
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners as well as many of the county's key staff will be spending most of the week in Ocean City during the Maryland Association of Counties Summer Conference to better the residents of Carroll, the commissioners say.
Wendy's, the world's third-largest fast-food chain, is suing the Crofton-based operator of its restaurants in Maryland, Virginia and Washington for refusing to modernize restaurants and install technology that allows customers to order and pay on mobile devices.
County law enforcement will be playing up the stereotype of cops loving donuts with a twist this weekend as several will spend more than 24 hours on the roof of the Westminster Dunkin Donuts to fundraise for Special Olympics Maryland.
Consultants to a group trying to revitalize York Road in the city tell a community meeting that parcels should be assembled for a major supermarket and talk about the possibility of cutting York Road down from two lanes each way to one each way to slow traffic and help merchants.
The Mall in Columbia shooter assembled his shotgun inside a dressing room in the back of a skate shop before fatally shooting two people and himself, Howard County police confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
The new $30 million Maryland House Travel Plaza along I-95 near Aberdeen will officially open to the public by midnight Thursday, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority and plaza manager Areas USA
Robert Cradle had fulfilled his goal of owning a successful barber shop with an Odenton establishment that employed seven full-time workers and served a steady stream of customers willing to wait in line for that just-right haircut.
Baltimore planners want to design corridors along mass transit stations where individuals and families can live, shop and commute without having to get behind the wheel of a car — part of a proposal to modernize the city.