The Baltimore area will remain under a flood watch through Tuesday evening, with coastal flooding expected late Monday into Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service. The area will also endure heavy rain and high winds throughout the next two days
The northern Harford County stretch of I-95 did not fully re-open until 6:05 p.m. Tuesday, as clean-up crews spent almost 10 hours dealing with an overturned diesel truck at the Tydings Bridge near Havre de Grace.
What is cast in political concrete today can be the shifting sands of public policy a few months along. Just as the legislature acted to replace stickers with EZ-Pass, it can act to do away with tolls and convert half a bridge for use by pedestrians. For now, it is likely to be regarded as a crackpot idea, but if enough people ask why not, eventually it could become the kind of idea everyone thinks of as a natural solution.
A former Cathedral of Mary Our Queen School teacher, who lost her arms and legs, has passed a special driver's test but needs funds to buy a car and get it specially adapted. The latter alone may cost $14,000. But she has help from a bevy of former students. The children are continuing to raise money, most recently at a fundraiser at the eatery Zen West Sept. 30.
Maryland State Police officers hope they can break truck drivers' habit of going through Port Deposit by stepping up enforcement and pushing for better signage on Route 222 and 276, the main roads going into town.
When the Bel Air Police Department's four newest police cruisers go on the street later this month, they'll not only be a different make and model from the older cars in the fleet, they'll also sport a new paint scheme.
Drivers and trucking industry representatives said that as truck traffic has increased and federal rules limit truckers' driving hours, lack of truck parking has become a persistent national problem, but particularly in the Northeast. Land for new stops in this part of the country is scarce, and residents often oppose truck stops in their neighborhoods.
This year, JF Thormann will continue to help make winners of Andretti Autosport's drivers on Baltimore's streets. But as an officer of another company, Andretti Sports Marketing, he will also have a role in making the race a success.
Will Power, feeling a little under the weather from a cold that has been traveling through members of the Penske Team this weekend, put his foot down Friday afternoon to let Ganassi driver Scott Dixon know someone else can find his way around the 2.258-mile road course.
After spending a season and a half in the parking lot of the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department, the Arbutus Farmers Market announced it will move to the intersection of Sulphur Spring Road and East Drive.
The increasingly popular "buy local" movement has helped fuel demand for produce sold by Misty Valley and other roadside vendors, some of whom re-appear each summer along Baltimore-area roads selling from the backs of trucks.
Less than 48 hours after ferocious thunderstorms ripped through the Baltimore-Washington area with high winds and lightning strikes, the frustrations of coping with a second scorching afternoon without air-conditioning were rising with the temperature.
A federal jury convicted a Perry Hall man Monday of wire fraud and money laundering for selling $9 million worth of bogus biodiesel credits to unsuspecting commodities brokers and oil companies in a case that has shaken the nation's renewable fuel industry.