Aksamit and Dagmara Wozniak, who both won bronze medals in the 2016 Rio Olympics, led a No. 6-ranked U.S. squad in Sunday’s team tournament at the Baltimore Convention Center — the first time the event has been held in the city. Newcomers Kamali Thompson and Zara Moss rounded out the senior team.
Officials with Howard County's Office of Transportation discussed safety and security improvements Wednesday to the bicycle and pedestrian bridge over Route 29 that connects Downtown Columbia and Oakland Mills.
The ancient sport of fencing is not something you¿ll see only at the Renaissance Festival. At the Maryland Fencing Club in Abingdon, the sport is thriving. We talked with owner Greg Paye, a certified United States Fencing Association coach, and several of his pupils to find out what¿s attracting so many families to this 500-year-old pastime.
The daughter of Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland disclosed Wednesday that she is a lesbian, an announcement gay advocates hope will boost their effort to keep the state's new same-sex marriage law on the books.
Del. James Malone presented the Lansdowne Improvement Association with a check for $10,000 on Monday that the community association will use to replace the fence along Hammonds Ferry Road. The money is a grant from CSX.
A Pasadena man was sentenced Wednesday to 60 days in jail for leaving the scene of the accident in which his snowplow blade fatally clipped retired John Hopkins University fencing coach Richard Francis Oles who was walking on Mountain Road, a spokeswoman for prosecutors said.
A snowplow driver admitted Thursday that he knew he struck a pedestrian in Pasadena during a snowstorm in January, but kept driving anyway. The pedestrian, Richard Francis Oles, a retired Johns Hopkins fencing coach, died from the injuries he received after being clipped by the plow while walking on Mountain Road.