J.O. "Bo" Coppedge, a former Navy football player and wrestler who ran Navy's athletic department from 1968 until his retirement in 1988, died Wednesday night -- less than three days before the Midshipmen were scheduled to play Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco.
Baltimore City's speed camera "nightmare" has made AAA Mid-Atlantic's list of transportation lows from the past year, even as the driver advocacy group credited the State Highway Administration's separate speed camera program with improving safety in highway work zones.
Inside Mondawmin Mall in Baltimore, shoppers buzzed through stores buying last-minute gifts, extra wrapping paper or the final ingredients for holiday meals and desserts. Last-minute Christmas Shopping
Residents should direct their complaints to Columbia developers who built housing so close to the concert venue and did not consider noise reduction measures during construction. Or their real estate agent for not being forthcoming about the level of noise they would experience living less than 2 or 3 miles from the venue. Merriweather did not ask developers to surround them with residential housing; in fact, most amphitheaters in America are distanced from residential areas to try and avoid
Five local Realtors were installed last month to positions on the Harford County Chapter of the Women's Council of Realtors in a ceremony at the Annapolis Doubletree Hotel Nov. 19. The Harford County Chapter is a professional real estate group affiliated with the Women's Council of Realtors
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.
Pumpkin Theatre, the children's theater in Stevenson founded in 1967 by Sister Kathleen Marie Engers, of the Notre Dame of Maryland University, will celebrate its 45th year with a 'birthday' party in Stevenson.
As Harford County's law enforcement officials consider whether to start using cameras to enforce speed limits in school zones, they'd do well to consider not only the embarrassing experience of Baltimore City's speed camera program, but also the mixed blessing of Bel Air's red light camera program.
Those volunteering for the Arbutus nonprofit based on the campus of Arbutus United Methodist Church at Shelbourne Road and Maple Avenue were out in full force on Dec. 14 to help make the organization's annual toy giveaway a success for nearly 300 families.
Within UPS's Information Services Group in Timonium, a team of 80 mathematicians and engineers make projections for the shipping world of the future. The group designs the technology behind the routing and dispatching of packages handled by the brown delivery trucks during peak holiday season.
A fight in downtown Towson early Sunday morning ended when five shots were fired from a handgun into a crowd of people outside the Charles Village Pub, one striking a man in the hand, according to Baltimore County Police.
Federally insured mortgages in more than a dozen metro Baltimore ZIP codes in the recent years could see foreclosure rates above 15 percent because of risky lending practices, a data-driven study released this week concluded.
Ten months after the national mortgage settlement was hailed as a major step in reforming a broken system, some homeowners are getting aid — but some housing advocates say the overall results are not what they'd hoped.
The Harford County Council voted to allow the county to hire outside legal counsel to represent it in the case against Tina Wagner, an employee who is suing the county for $9 million after she was allegedly improperly fired.
Gift cards continue to top lists of most popular purchases this season, spurring billions in sales for merchants. And the category is growing fast, moving toward a day when some believe the plastic cards could be replaced by electronic ones
To perform a mitzvah for his Bar Mitzvah, which happened to fall during Hanukkah, Zack Lubliner donated items to the Toy Closet run by Jewish Community Services. Donating to the Toy Closet has been a traditional mitzvah for the Lubliner family during the Jewish holiday.
The magic of the holiday season will be brought to life as Harford Ballet Company once again presents its performances of "The Nutcracker," this Saturday, Dec. 15, at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Aberdeen High School.
Baltimore City's automated traffic enforcement contractor was unable to find the cause of erroneous speed readings from a camera on West Cold Spring Lane, despite 189 vehicle test runs last weekend, the company said in a letter to the city Department of Transportation.