Disability Express is steadily becoming everything Brian Nobles hoped it could be. The 18-year-old wanted a group that offered a variety of social activities for those with disabilities: Both he and his twin brother, Bob, have autism.
Harford County Public Schools parents can view and comment on the school system's calendar for the 2014-2015 school year, a calendar that comes with eight days built in as makeup days for inclement weather.
B&O Railroad Museum, Ellicott City Station, will honor Veteran's Day this weekend with a display from the museum's collection of the B&O's involvement in World War II, and of the B&O Railroad Police Department.
Forecasts of sunny skies are combining with falling gas prices and an apparent "pent-up demand" for a getaway to put Maryland on a course for its busiest Labor Day weekend for travel since the end of the recession.
State highway officials are urging motorists heading north and west for the holidays to be cautious, given blizzard conditions expected in some areas. In the Baltimore area, meanwhile, residents are being asked to prepare for possible wind-related power outages.
A fire alarm at Southwest baggage shut down the luggage system Sunday morning during the busy holiday season. Several flights were delayed in an attempt to reunite baggage with travelers, but the problem was resolved by afternoon, authorities said.
More Maryland residents are planning holiday trips than last year, and most are traveling by automobile despite local gas prices that are the highest they have ever been at this time of year, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
The holidays are here before you know it and often gone before you've had a chance to sample any of the wonderful seasonal offerings. Taking a day trip to any of these destinations will provide a quick cup of cheer.
A stretch of Charles Street that was damaged and closed after a 90-year-old water main broke beneath it and sent torrents of water downhill two weeks ago was reopened Wednesday night, according to the Baltimore Department of Public Works.
A AAA Mid-Atlantic survey to be released Friday indicates that most Maryland residents with travel plans — 91 percent — will be going by car. About 883,000 travelers — or roughly one in six residents — are going somewhere for the holiday, according to the survey.
In the days after her sister, Rose, died in a train derailment, Anna Mayr felt as if her younger sibling were upstairs sleeping while friends swapped stories on the family's Ellicott City porch until the early hours of Sunday.