The Democrats running for governor traded barbs over Maryland's economy, marijuana laws, and the troubled rollout of its health insurance exchange Monday night in their final televised debate before a primary in which pundits suggest many voters are still undecided.
The full-service station, which will supplement the department's Southern District station in North Laurel and Northern District station – which is also the headquarters – in Ellicott City, will likely be located somewhere in Columbia, according to police chief Bill McMahon
Two weeks after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished, as the search zone narrowed to the western Indian Ocean, the U.S. Navy turned to a contractor in Prince George's County — one of few organizations in the world capable of assisting.
Identical twin sisters who have shared a lot since birth now share the Bernice Kish Gallery walls for an exhibit titled "Two Channels Off the Sea." Leah Lewman and Lyndsay Lewman separately make artworks that explore personal identity and emotional connections.
In the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and a still stagnant economy, President Obama faces two important questions on energy transmission: a decision on the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline and the question of increasing American natural gas exports. These are choices that will resonate from Crimea to Cove Point. In my judgment, the president should reject Keystone and step up natural gas exports.
Right now, as the drama unfolds in Crimea, millions of Marylanders are facing the possible imposition of new and disruptive gas pipelines and compressor stations across much of their state. The gas would come from controversial "hydraulic fracturing" — or fracking — wells spread across the Appalachian region. It would be piped through Maryland to a massive $3.8 billion "liquefaction" plant for natural gas at a place called Cove Point right on the Chesapeake Bay.
It's an Olympics of sorts for financial analysts in training. A team of five business school students from the University of Baltimore have advanced to a national round of a global challenge to create the best equity research report about a public company. They will compete Wednesday in Denver with student teams from across North America and South America.
Today, U.S. businesses are moving manufacturing ack to the United States, opening new factories or expanding their existing operations and hiring new workers thanks to the growing abundance of low-priced natural gas. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects that the domestic supply of natural gas will surpass demand by 2016. The EIA also says there will be enough natural gas produced in America that we can export some of the surplus with minimal impact on natural gas prices. So,
The dedication to the emergency responses is, however, absolutely worth saving and fostering so the service will be around to continue preventing the kinds of disasters like the one that was prevented earlier this week in Joppa.
David Scheffenacker has quite a rare book collection in his house in north Roland Park, and he sometimes shares it with schools and book clubs, as he will next month in Howard County. The collection focuses on history and the great explorers like Lewis and Clark.
More than 500 people rallied Thursday in Baltimore against plans to export liquefied natural gas from a southern Maryland facility, chanting and carrying signs past the office tower where state regulators were considering one aspect of that proposal.
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.