Cicadas have started to emerge and will be making quite a racket in the coming weeks.
Military Bowl moving from RFK in DC to Navy Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis
Baltimore mayor to preside at mass wedding for same-sex couples at Pride festival
Metro adds weekly short-trip pass to SmarTrip cards, discontinues paper short-trip pass
Officials in Prince George's County have unveiled a new foreclosure action plan aimed at speeding up the demolition process.
After a heated approval process, the $250 million project that would give Prince George's County its first Whole Foods store appears to be moving forward.
Cal Ripken Jr. now has an honorary degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Aircraft technician school in Hagerstown, Md., opens expanded campus at airport
Television ad to begin airing praising gun-control bill
Baltimore Gas and Electric's request for a rate hike would add 4 percent to electric bills and 4 percent to natural gas bills.
Montgomery County Public Schools are shedding more light on a big problem -- high failure rates on the math final exams.
Family of man shot by undercover Baltimore police officer settles with city for $100,000
The Baltimore Orioles insist upon being philosophical about their five-game losing streak, because the last thing they want to do is start pressing to win.
Maryland's Allegany County is looking to update its regulations governing tattoo shops, making changes that would let the shops tattoo kids with the permission of their parents.
Tavon White, the alleged leader of a jailhouse gang at the Baltimore City Detention Center, will reportedly await trial in federal custody outside Maryland. And there's more bad news about the Baltimore jail.
Oxbow wins Preakness, giving trainer Lukas a record but ending Orb's Triple Crown bid
A University of Maryland Baltimore County student was found stabbed in his residence hall, and a student who had withdrawn from the school has been arrested.
Police think two local brothers, both accused of leading a cigarette-smuggling ring, may have ties to terror groups.
The only finger-pointing Baltimore Orioles closer Jim Johnson did after blowing his second straight save after converting a club-record 35 in a row was at himself.
Frederick tobacco shop owner charged with selling synthetic marijuana