Opponents of a new law that extends in-state tuition discounts to illegal immigrants delivered more than 62,000 signatures to the state Thursday, which was expected to give them more than enough names to keep the measure off the books until the voters have their say
A fire safety news conference and explosive demonstration was held on Thursday, June 30 at the Oregon Ridge Park in Baltimore County to inform attendants about fireworks safety and Maryland laws pertaining to legal and illegal fireworks.
The Show Us Your Chair Contest designed by the Catonsville 4th of July Committee received 11 entries in its debut this summer. The event raises money for Catonsville's annual July 4 parade and fireworks.
An Abingdon man is facing a list of charges after allegedly speeding away from a traffic stop, crashing into another car and with a broken leg running from the accident scene where police found suspected crack cocaine.
Nearly 700 people who live or work in Howard County responded to the Columbia Listening Project, a survey conducted by the Columbia Foundation, listing child care and transportation the least satisfying aspects of living or working in the county.
Baltimore Police Officer Teresa Rigby remains in critical condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center Wednesday morning after she fell or was knocked off an elevated section of Interstate 83 near the Pepsi plant, a hospital spokeswoman said.
By By Liz F. Kay, Julie Baughman and Justin Fenton and The Baltimore Sun
Maryland Transportation Authority police lost their effort to force state officials to provide them with take-home cars this week, after the state's highest court ruled that the agreement made in the final year of the Ehrlich Administration with the officers was not enforceable.
Marvin Johnson, 47, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake to 30 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release today, after he was found guilty of selling counterfeit luxury apparel and accessories.
Deaths in traffic crashes are always tragic, but there's an extra measure of sadness in the news when there's good reason to believe the fatality could have been prevented by simply buckling a seat belt.
John A. Moag Sr., a retired CSX executive who volunteered at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church and the Franciscan Sisters, died Tuesday from complications of a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care. He was 80.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Days after his nephew was killed in a shooting, U.S Rep. Elijah E. Cummings challenged a church filled with friends and family to take a stand against senseless violence, and make the most of their lives.
Seventeen months after Howard County Executive Ken Ulman announced developers were chosen for one of his cutting-edge, environmentally friendly redevelopment projects in Clarksville, nothing has happened.
Cockeysville Middle School art teacher Denise Webster, was honored as an Outstanding Teacher by the Baltimore-Chesapeake Chapter of the Autism Society of America and Baltimore County Public School's Partnership.
Taxi drivers who pick up fares at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport drove to State Circle in Annapolis Tuesday to protest the potential award of the airport's taxi concession to a Virginia-based company.