In the days leading up to the Foster Farms Bowl, fans had the opportunity to attend events such as a pep rally for Maryland and Stanford in Union Square, at which the bands for both schools took turns performing.
Making predictions in science fiction movies — and newspaper columns — is risky business. But here are a few for 2015, including those on the presidential aspirations of Martin O'Malley, Ben Carson and Robert Ehrlich.
Its move of about 50 feet from what is today a freight station marks a clear end to the station's use as a terminal for travelers, but it will make the building safe for future visitors hoping to get a look at the past.
Maryland City schools, churches and Girl Scouts are collecting donations of food, hats, scarves, mittens and gloves for the needy as well as raising money for phone cards for military overseas. The Strings and Band teacher at Brock Bridge Elementary, Walter Lindberg, was awarded National Board Certification, an honor only a few teachers throughout the country achieve. All Anne Arundel County public schools close from Wednesday, Dec. 24 through Sunday, Jan. 4. Applications for the 2015-2016
Excuse me if I don't Rubio on the Cuba thing. I'm among millions of baby boomers, old enough to remember the Cuban missile crisis (1962), who think the Big Chill between the U.S. and Isle de Castro went on way, way — two ways — too long. And I think I speak for several hundred thousand American sports anglers who heard yesterday's news about the thaw with Havana and asked: "How's the fishin' down there?"
Stop shopping online and start shopping at local businesses.That was the message conveyed by Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot during a visit to Catonsville's small businesses along Frederick Road on Wednesday.
Ruiz de Luque and Richard Feeny, a sailing educator and coach from Rhode Island, were chosen by the U.S. Optimist Dinghy Association's international committee, which also picked six other coaches for three other international regattas.
A trip to the Baltimore Museum of Industry reveals the world of neighborhoods and shopping in Baltimore 60 or so years ago. Curators there have dipped into the institution's archives to create an exhibition mixes the traditions of city neighborhood markets, vanished department stores and revered retailers.
Dozens dressed in traditional Mexican dress danced to drum beats in the cold on Washington Avenue in front of St. Clement Church in Lansdowne Thursday night. They were waiting for the delivery of a torch by runners as part of a relay run that began in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City and will end in New York City.
Companies that make the Top Workplaces list year after year don't necessarily offer the highest salaries or the most lavish benefits. But employees stay because they feel valued and empowered. They love the work and believe it's meaningful, and also enjoy flexible work schedules, opportunities to advance and a voice in company policy. And the companies work to sustain that culture.
56-year-old Ellicott City resident Bill Vanko is a wildlife photographer, training the lens of his Canon 7D on varied landscapes to capture and illuminate strikingly intricate images. His inquisitiveness, he notes, dovetails perfectly with his full-time job as a news anchor and reporter for WBAL radio.
Drivers traveling along the Interstate 95 corridor north of downtown Baltimore on Thursday morning will notice shifted traffic patterns in preparation for the weekend opening of the highway's new express toll lanes.
The holidays are all about tradition, and one of the best in the Historic District is our beloved Midnight Madness. Believe it or not, this event has been held on the first Friday of December since the 1970s.
Judy Davanzo, of Timonium, who has stage 4 cancer, is the founder and president of Caring On, a nonprofit that gives gifts to family members of people who have cancer. The gifts are designed to give family members time for themselves like gift certificates for a weekend getaway or a spa treatment.