On Monday, the average price per gallon in Maryland stood at $3.08, 11 cents down from a week ago and 24 cents below a month ago, according to driver advocacy group AAA Mid-Atlantic. The last time Maryland's average gas price was this low was in January 2011.
Mike Hiob, a former city councilman and unsuccessful mayoral candidate, says Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett has been using his city-owned vehicle and city-provided credit card to make too many trips and spend money on expensive lunches with officials.
Historic Uniontown Inc., a group that owns and maintains historical properties owned by the village and works to preserve the historical appearance of the village, is offering ghost tours every half-hour from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18.
By By Carrie Ann Knauer and Neighborhoods correspondent
A local longshoremen's union in Baltimore temporarily stopped work loading domestically-used vehicles onto a ship bound for West Africa out of fear of Ebola on board, as an infected Dallas nurse is transferred to NIH in Bethesda.
A Baltimore County bill meant to help farmers earn extra income is drawing criticism from local land preservationists, who fear the measure will let people pave over scenic rolling farms and put environmental resources in danger.
Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon and women's basketball coach Brenda Frese were in Baltimore on Monday, having breakfast with boosters and talking about their teams' upcoming first season in the Big Ten.
The Kansas City Royals, much like the Orioles, have long pumped the potential in their minor league system as the major league team struggled. And a lot of those prospects were biding their time in Wilmington, Del., home of the High-A Blue Rocks.
Lisa Ryan opened Havre de Haunts Tours & Paranormal Research last year to investigate and share those stories. Through Havre de Haunts, Ryan offers a 1½-hour guided walking tour of Havre de Grace that includes a history of the town as well as local ghost stories, all of which are true, Ryan claims.
More than 150 years ago, famed philosopher Henry David Thoreau published his iconic book ¿Walden,¿ which chronicled his two years living as one with nature in a cabin set on Walden Pond in Massachusetts. Today, some travelers who seek a Walden-esque experience still want 21st-century amenities and perks. At Blue Moon Rising, a new eco-friendly vacation village nestled in the mountains of Western Maryland, they¿ll find the best of both worlds.
Rachel Zuckerman, of Timonium, a geology student at Oberlin College, spent 15 days on St. Croix, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, this summer to study a coral reef, which she will write about for her senior thesis.
A handful of companies, on the Eastern and Western shores, design and build custom boats that are worthy of any body of water. But, thanks to their creators' deep knowledge of the area, these yachts are especially at home in the bay.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Monocacy Valley Memorial Post 6918, in Harney, is sponsoring a Nov. 2 charter bus trip to Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Virginia, for all veterans and their immediate families.
Children lacking summer enrichment can experience learning loss of as much as 30 percent compared to those who do have enrichment-filled summers. These children need to return to school sooner rather than later, because for many families school provides the most constructive enrichment to which they have access.
Judging from the rush of developers to produce new apartments and the surge of office and hotel construction, Baltimore is seeing what looks like a new renaissance — fueled by two generations of urban dwellers who have come on the scene since the renaissance of 1960-80, when the city was re-invented by the "crown jewel" of the Inner Harbor.
Something about these chilly almost-autumn days makes us want to sip wine outdoors, watch a parade, browse a manicured garden, or, you know, get scared out of our wits. Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities in the region for all of the above.
The new pastor of Community United Methodist Church, the Rev. Selena Johnson, invites the neighborhood to join her and the Community congregation in a special grouping of services and discussion groups on the subject of diversity and what the Bible says about diversity. Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic Church hosts a parking lot sale Saturday, Oct. 4 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 8402 Brock Bridge Road. The Maryland City Recreation Council's soccer, flag football and travel soccer teams have begun