Developers of a continuing care retirement community and surrounding single-family homes east of Bel Air changed their plans once, based on community opposition, but they do not plan to alter them again despite opponents voicing many of the same concerns at a community input meeting Monday.
After watching approximately 100 members of the Columbia tennis community rally for support of a new indoor tennis facility at a Columbia Association Board of Directors meeting earlier this month, swimming advocate Stephanie Costello, who has led the charge advocating for a new indoor swimming pool, knew what she had to do.
Dr. William A. Edelstein, a pioneer in the field of magnetic resonance imaging and the primary inventor of the "spin wrap" imaging technique, died Feb. 10 of lung cancer at his Original Northwood home. He was 69.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Chandra Parker Thacker was called to Eastern York Middle School in November to pick up her daughter Nina, 13, who complained of being short of breath and light-headed in gym class. Thacker took Nina to the family doctor for a chest X-ray in case the pneumonia she had five months earlier had returned.
The Abell Foundation has invested $25 million in Paice, a Baltimore firm that invented a way to improve the performance of combined gas/electric engines, and has spent years fighting automakers in court over the use of what its alleges is its technology.
A data breach at the University of Maryland has exposed the identities of more than 309,000 faculty, students, staff and affiliated personnel at the College Park and Shady Grove campuses since 1998, University President Wallace Loh announced Wednesday night.
A Columbia family is still reeling from two devastating blows after learning of their 21-year-old son's sudden death in New York and discovering the theft of his prized electric guitar and other music gear from their home less than two weeks later.
By By Janene Holzberg and For The Baltimore Sun Media Group
Before a crowd of students, education leaders and activists, Gregory Thornton proclaimed that he was "coming home" to Maryland, where he will take the helm of one of the state's lowest-performing, but high-profile, school district this year.
By By Erica L. Green and Liz Bowie and The Baltimore Sun
Democrats Gov. Martin O'Malley and Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski announced Tuesday a joint effort to invest $24 million in building a national resource for businesses grappling with cybersecurity challenges.
The No. 2 Engineers exploited their dominance in the paint all along, but especially in the first few minutes of the fourth quarter when they took the lead for good en route to a 50-45 victory over the No. 7 Knights.
Maryland Presbyterian Church of Towson is among religious and nonprofit groups that have embraced the idea of managing stormwater, an issue that has become front and center for organizations throughout the region now that they must pay the state's new stormwater management fee — dubbed "the rain tax" by critics. The church's fee is about $1,000 a year.
The Army planned to complete numerous building projects worth in excess of $10 million in Harford County. Both Edgewood Arsenal and Aberdeen Proving Grounds would benefit from the military construction bill
Thirty years ago, U.S. colleges and universities awarded 37 percent of computer science bachelor's degrees to women. Today, when that number should be approaching 50 percent, it has actually been cut in half. Women in the United States now receive just 18 percent of computer science bachelor's degrees, and less than a quarter of professionals in computing are women.
Johns Hopkins researchers are well on their way to building a digital library of children's brain images, which they say will give doctors around the world access to a free Google-like search engine that could help diagnose and treat pediatric neurological disorders.
Bel Air could be the third and final municipality in Harford County to sign on to the second phase of implementing a regional water and sewer authority, if the members of the Board of Town Commissioners approve a memorandum of understanding during their next meeting.
Kenneth W. DeFontes Jr. will retire as Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s president and CEO at the end of the month, after nearly a decade at the helm of Maryland's largest gas and electric utility provider.
In an unusual partnership that appears to have paid large dividends to students, the aerospace company Boeing decided last year to invest $500,000 to improve the level of academic achievement at Aberdeen High School, where many military families and defense contractors in Harford County send their children
Representatives from Towson area community groups largely spoke in favor Tuesday of a Baltimore County Council bill that will ban further electronic signage on Charles Street in Towson, with dissenters only asking that the law apply elsewhere in the county.
The Westminster City Council Monday unanimously approved an ordinance that will expand the police department's database of items sold to a pawn shop or secondhand dealer that police use to track down stolen items.
A City Council committee investigating a confidential audit of Baltimore's speed camera program on Monday delivered a letter to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake seeking 31 batches of documents involving nearly all aspects of the once-lucrative program.