Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler joined union workers picketing a Bowie Safeway Tuesday to pressure the grocery giant to concede on the health benefits that are tying up contract negotiations.
When Live Arts Maryland music director J. Ernest Green conducted the season-closing "Light & Life" classical concert in April, it was an event that seemed impossible to surpass. Yet the classical season opener, the "Dona Nobis Pacem" concert performed Nov. 8 and 9 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, indeed rivaled it.
It only took one hour, 3,500 students, a pool, two helicopters, one Rammy and state-of-the-art camera equipment for three Edgewood schools to produce one of the best lip dud videos Harford County has ever seen.
Leaders of Maryland's transportation industry said Monday that the state's future success depends on continued infrastructure investment beyond the $4.4 billion already budgeted for commuter and mass transit systems in the next six years.
Baltimore is moving to sever ties with its speed camera vendor amid unresolved problems — an action that could leave the city's huge speed and red-light camera system down until the middle of next year.
Ed Sloman, the owner of Games and Stuff in Glen Burnie, says he's probably played thousands of the board, card and storytelling tabletop games he sells, but his all time favorite is Magic: the Gathering card game.
More donations have been received this week by the Empty Stocking as the Harford County based charity works toward its 2013 fundraising goals. The fund raising goal for 2013 is $80,000. As of Thursday, the fund has received $21, 740 in monetary donations.
Laurel Shopping Center was a pioneer in local retail, and the men behind its development were visionaries who turned a then-radical idea into a successful enterprise that helped change the face of retail in the Baltimore/Washington area.
The members of the Harford County Board of Estimates approved more than $1 million in technology-related contracts Thursday, as county officials work to upgrade their systems for managing employee pay, hours and tracking contracts.
Sister Mary Joannes Clifford, a mathematics teacher who spent 53 years at Mercy High School and founded a ministry to the widowed, separated and divorced, died of cardiovascular disease Oct. 30 at her order's retirement home in the Woodbrook. She was 87.
A federal judge in Maryland handed down lighter prison sentences to defendants in a massive marijuana distribution case, saying that such offenses are "not regarded with the same seriousness" as they were just a few decades ago.
Aiming to boost the fledgling market for plug-in vehicles, Maryland and seven other states pledged Thursday to use their governments' tax and spending powers to get 3.3 million "zero-emission" cars, trucks and vans on the road in the next dozen years.
The members of the Harford County Council recently named a lifelong Harford County resident as a Harford Living Treasure, therefore giving him the opportunity to have his memories of life in the county recorded for future generations.
Smith, 55, has lived in the city with his girlfriend, Patricia X, since 2006. A native of Carroll County and 30-year resident of Baltimore city, Smith is a photographer by trade and said he has photographed over 1,000 celebrities including 25 Nobel Peace Prize winners.
Historic stone church facing wrecking ball because developer on 25th Street Station shopping center wants to put a Walmart loading dock on the site of the dilapidated church. The developer says it's not worth saving, but residents say it is and that it's not necessary to build the loading dock where the church is.
ESPN personality Scott Van Pelt was in College Park on Saturday for Maryland¿s 27-26 win over Virginia. He was happy with the result, of course. He was not happy with the small swath of students who saw it.