In a quest to create the world's fastest suit for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, two iconic Maryland companies, Under Armour and Lockheed Martin, created a unique collaboration to fashion the most aerodynamic suit possible, using computer modeling based on filming the athletes and hundreds of hours of wind tunnel testing.
The way Dominion sees it, exporting liquefied natural gas from its southern Maryland complex that now imports the fuel wouldn't be that big of a shift. But the project at Cove Point strikes opponents as a sea change. Now those fighting the proposal on environmental grounds are joining forces with some Calvert County residents worried about hazards from LNG, which in rare occasions has caused deadly fires or explosions.
As Congress considers legislation aimed at limiting lawsuits filed by so-called patent "trolls" -- those who collect patents solely so they can sue others for infringing upon them -- there is another kind of intellectual property abuse that members should look into: patent pools.
Layering on another environmental impact statement to the Cove Point LNG export proposal — potentially adding significant delays and expense so soon after another impact statement has been completed — is like asking a driver to begin with a learner's permit every time the license is renewed.
Plans for two commercial development projects in Joppa and Fallston that have raised previous concerns in their respective communities were reviewed by Harford County and state agencies last week, while a proposal for more houses in Abingdon is likewise raising hackles in that community.
Jarrettsville area residents who attended the Tuesday evening meeting of the Jarrettsville/Norrisville Community Council expressed concerns about parking issues during events at the local Rutledge Park, especially when vehicles block their driveways during large events.
Columbia Gas Transmission said Monday that it expects to begin work on a 21-mile pipeline through Baltimore and Harford counties next year after winning federal approval for the $180 million project, one that drew heated opposition from neighbors.
Mr. Obama's spending and borrowing are visiting Eurosclerosis on America: slow growth, high youth unemployment and a level of debt that will force presidents in the next decade to dry dock the Navy and stand down the army to pay all the interest and the entitlements he has created.
More than 5,000 people were on hand to see President John F. Kennedy open the Northeastern Expressway. The President arrived via helicopter and then walked to a podium as the Delaware National Guard band played "Hail to The Chief."
In was 32 years ago when Sheriff William J. Kunkel said farewell to the Sheriff's Office...So, it was a bittersweet homecoming for Sheriff Kunkel the other day, as I walked with him through the cell blocks of the old Harford County jail, as he reminisced about his career as a lawman and his dedication to running a tight ship.
Virginia-based Dominion Resources wants to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) through the Chesapeake Bay via a facility at Cove Point in southern Maryland. This project would not only damage our state's environment, it is also part of an unwise potential national shift toward exporting natural gas, which threatens the economy and jeopardizes our country's goal of reducing harmful greenhouse gas pollution.
On the job as a member of the Coast Guard, Ryan Kazmarek said he learned responsibility and discipline. But off-duty, the Dundalk man struggled with a "work hard, party hard lifestyle" that led him to alcoholism and — after he left the service — homelessness.
Hundreds of people gathered along Harford County shore of the Susquehanna River Saturday to marvel as bald eagles who call the area around the Conowingo Dam home soared over the river below the dam and then skimmed over the water to snag a fish in their talons.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said that it anticipates its natural gas prices will be slightly higher this winter than they were last year, about $2 more over the entire five-month heating season if temperatures are normal.
The idea that beer has just as much right as wine to be on a fancy dinner table is not a novelty. And during the annual Baltimore Beer Week celebration, which begins on Friday, it's a matter of principle.
Several candidates for governor — a Democrat and three Republicans — said Friday that they would cut taxes to improve Maryland's image as hostile to business and revive the ailing manufacturing industry.
A variety of factors have driven down gasoline prices across the state this week, from a stagnant demand to a stable international market — and now the federal shutdown could mean added relief at the pump.