2 die in Howard County shoveling snow; authorities await autopsies
Most schools gave students plenty of notice about canceling classes Thursday, including the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins and Georgetown.
Ken Mallette, director of the Maryland Emergency Management Agency, said Thursday afternoon that emergency management officials are pleasantly surprised by how well the state weathered the first wintery blast, as residents largely stayed off the roads and power outages were fairly low.
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Silver Spring's Holy Cross Health announced Thursday it will become a co-owner of a local Medicaid administrator in Montgomery County.
The WTOP storm team has mobilized to cover the biggest winter storm to hit the D.C. region in four years, and WTOP welcomes your participation in its coverage.
A tractor-trailer crash caused some delays on the snowy Inner Loop of the Captial Beltway Thursday morning.
Rather than spend the day taking advantage of rare day off, a group of Naval Academy midshipmen decided to put their spare time to good use.
Nation's capital region shuts down after snowfall, closing schools, offices and airports
Orioles have several openings to fill during spring training, which formally begins Friday
Utilities report 2,700 power outages in Mid-Atlantic as
A local business offers expectant parents a new way to sneak a peek of their unborn baby and to find out the sex of their child.
A power outage can be expensive depending on how much perishable food you have to lose.
A proposal to raise Maryland's minimum wage is going before a state Senate panel.
Quentin Jones scored 16 points, including the game-winning tip shot in the final two seconds, to give University of Maryland Baltimore County a 71-69 victory over Albany (NY) on Wednesday night.
Shoveling the sidewalk is one thing. Clearing a runway is something else entirely.
The Prince George's County Sheriff's Office says deputies have arrested a man wanted in a 1998 robbery in Riverdale Park.
Transformers, voltage regulators, cable, wire and utility poles are among the materials that area electrical power companies are readying to confront any power outages caused by the anticipated winter storm Wednesday night into Thursday.
A man who pleaded guilty to raping and stabbing a woman in his apartment has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Mid-Atlantic utility, road crews prep for up to 14 inches of snow in weather-weary areas