Maryland State Police are continuing to search for four people suspected of stealing a lawn tractor from a new Lowe's store in Cecil County, and then crashing a get-away pickup truck as they sped away, killing one of the suspects who was riding in the back of the vehicle.
Lloyd Pearson, a veteran Baltimore Sun photographer whose iconic image of Mayflower Moving Co. vans rolling the Baltimore Colts out of town in a midnight snowstorm earned him lasting fame, died New Year's Day from complications of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 90.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Better or Worse: At least you know the new (fill in name of luxury vehicle) you bought for your spouse was much appreciated, because you haven't seen him/her for more than an hour — not since he/she said, "I just want to go outside and sit in it for a minute."
A judge in Harford County Thursday threw out a lawsuit against the county sheriff brought by a state legislator who claimed the sheriff has failed to prevent the withholding of personal property and license tags by local towing services.
A contentious battle is unfolding in the quiet town of Westminster, where rank and file police officers seeking union representation are squaring off against the police chief and mayor, a former state cop with nearly three decades experience.
Westminster's mayor and police chief denied accusations leveled by a union chief that they misspent money at the expense of public safety, saying the labor representative is trying to drive a wedge through the city's small police force.
Some of the nation's major chain stores opened late Thursday, competing for holiday shoppers to kick off a period that is crucial for the retail industry. After the crowds entered Toys "R" Us at 9 p.m., Walmart's Black Friday deals started at 10 p.m.
Weeks before federal trucking regulators ordered Gunthers Transport LLC off the road for being an "imminent hazard" to the public, the owner's son filed the paperwork to create a new entity: Clock Transport LLC. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has launched a new investigation.
A stroke in 2007 hasn't slowed Bel Air resident Phil Anderson, who will add to his total of 40,000 miles running when he participates in the 22nd Northern Central Trail Marathon in Baltimore County next Saturday.
Home owners surrounding the new Liberty Exchange office, retail and warehouse development in Eldersburg are hoping to see the traffic light at the entrance of the center at Liberty Road become operational — and sooner than later.
Maryland commuter train riders will have more seats when the state adds 16 rail cars to its busy MARC lines. But the cars won't arrive until 2013. The change will allow 3,000 additional commuters to sit per trip.
A half-dozen recipients of Vehicles for Change cars allowed local business and government leaders to shadow them as they retraced their former routines as part of the nonprofit's "Walk In Their Shoes" event