Red light camera programs in cities like D.C. and Rockville, and Montgomery, Prince George's and Arlington counties have raked in $21 million combined, the data show.
California man indicted on charge of sexual solicitation of 15-year-old Maryland girl
A California man has pleaded guilty to his role in the slaying of a friend's wife in Maryland.
Trooper's tactical vest, knife stolen from police vehicle parked at home
Man gets to life terms for fatally stabbing estranged wife, another man
It's hardly newsworthy these days when an institution announces it's going smoke-free. But Prince George's Community College introduced one of the strictest policies around Monday, banning e-cigarettes along with all other smoke and tobacco products.
Grants for pre-K expansion announced in Maryland
With their sixth regular season championship in the 10-year history of the Cal Ripken League, members of the Bethesda Big Train are guaranteed home playoff games on at least Tuesday and Wednesday.
Jeff Heinenman, chef and owner of Grapeseed and Freddy's Lobster & Clams, said there were no official area restaurant weeks this year because there just hasn't been a sufficient lead organizer.
University of Maryland basketball arena renamed Xfinity Center after Comcast's Internet brand
A Gaithersburg, Maryland man awaits extradition from Virginia after he was picked up in Norfolk, Virginia on charges he murdered his wife.
Salisbury University stadium to get a $19M upgrade this winter
Poultry plant staffers return to work after ammonia leak in Hurlock
8 new dancers join Miami City Ballet, including 4 graduates of company's school in Miami Beach
Former Naval Academy superintendent Charles Larson dies at 77
Frederick, Md., mayor highlighting transportation, development in State of the City address
Crab fraud is a growing trend that can have a major impact on the seafood industry.
Spain wins all 4 singles events to best Sweden and claim the inaugural International Crown
A drawbridge that got stuck in the upright position blocking Route 50 into Ocean City has been reopened to cars.
The Baltimore Ravens had difficulty running the football last season. They also allowed 48 sacks and committed 29 turnovers. New offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak is trying to change all that this year.
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