Timonium market banks on electric car charging station
Scott Nash, owner of Mom's Organic Market, an organic grocery store chain, has installed the area's only car-charging station at his Timonium store, located at 20 West Ridgely Road.
Fuel mileage standards: Washington gets something right
Obama administration proposal to raise car and light truck fuel efficiency standards is a victory for automakers, the environment and national security
For some, Baltimore life is sweeter with no car
Some Baltimoreans could afford to own a car, but choose to live without one and get around using a combinations of bikes, walking, public transit and short-term rentals such as Zipcar.
Heat wave leads to power cuts for some Marylanders
One of the hottest days on record in Central Maryland spurred electric power managers Friday to ask Marylanders to cut their demand for electricity in order to keep the juice flowing.
Westminster shopping center plugs future of electric cars
Black Oak Associate's smart vehicle electric charging station at Westminster's College Square is the first in the region, but probably not the last
Where was the art at Artscape?
There were plenty of out-of-town businesses selling replacement windows but precious little local art at Artscape.
Ultimate Baltimore 2011: Best of the Services results
What if green products make us pollute more?
The rise of consumerism and the hunger world-wide for an American lifestyle will overwhelm any gains we make from increasing the energy efficiency of cars and other goods.
Domestic drilling could finance alternative energy
Domestic drilling could underwrite alternative energy
We can't drill our way out of high gas prices
Domestic drilling for oil is no solution for higher gasoline prices
Electric cars pack plenty of appeal