It may be the case that providing curbside delivery to neighborhoods like Kelly Glen is prohibitively expensive, but if that's the case, curbside delivery should be cut to all similarly situated neighborhoods.
The new development of Kelly Glen north of Bel Air has $350,000 single-family homes tucked away between the Bel Air Bypass and Route 1 (Conowingo Road), with direct access to the latter, but residents have one major problem: They can't get their mail delivered.
James A. Buck gladly accepted the package at his Parkville office from the delivery man wearing a UPS uniform. But minutes later, police swooped in to arrest Buck, 57, and seized the parcel, which had contained three pounds of marijuana he sent to himself from California, according to court records.
A host of advocates for Maryland interests — from the Chesapeake Bay to the defense industry — are anxiously watching whether the election will change the political dynamic in Congress despite early indications that it probably won't.
Four years ago, he was the candidate of change. This time around, even in reliably Democratic Maryland, President Barack Obama had to stave off voters who wanted to oust him in the name of change even as the state a whole voted to re-elect him.
For the first time in decades, Baltimoreans can wear the colors of two teams with equal pride. Orange one day, purple the next. A Ravens jersey with an Orioles cap. It wouldn't make the cover of GQ, but it captures the mood of the city — and harkens back to happy days of yore.
A former postal worker admitted Friday that she stole mail and the gift cards inside those envelopes while processing mail at a Linthicum postal facility, victimizing more than 250 people, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore.
Dr. Georgina Y. Goodwin, a retired anesthesiologist and Postal Service medical director who was an activist for the addicted, died of congestive heart failure Sept. 27 at her residence at St. Elizabeth Hall in Timonium. She was 87.
In a rare inter-delegation, across-the-aisle nudge, Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski on Tuesday called on the state's two Republican lawmakers in Washington to support a Senate version of an overhaul of the U.S. Postal Service that would save a pair of mail sorting facilities that just happen to be located in the lawmakers' districts.
Key senators reached a tentative agreement Tuesday to save a mail processing center considered significant to the Eastern Shore economy but left the fate of more than a dozen post offices in the Baltimore region uncertain as they considered a sweeping bill to overhaul the U.S. Postal Service.
Sen. Barbara Mikulski formally threatened to filibuster a bill to overhaul the U.S. Postal Service because of concerns she has about the proposed closing of Easton's mail processing center, the Maryland Democrat's office said Thursday.
Business owners and residents throughout the Easton region are preparing to fight plans to shutter a U.S. Postal Service processing hub, which has been threatened with closure twice before. Many residents describe the facility as an essential economic link between the mostly rural shore and the rest of Maryland.
Harford County Executive David R. Craig and Harford County Government are partnering with the U.S. Postal Service to support the Harvest for the Hungry campaign. The local campaign is coordinated through the Harford Community Action Agency
A Salisbury man was arrested Wednesday in as part of nationwide, coordinated seizure of 50 individuals prosecutors say are involved in a Puerto Rico-based identity trafficking ring, according to the federal immigration agency.