Maryland highway officials create temporary park in a Baltimore parking space
Maryland Zoo counts more than 400,000 visitors for 2nd year, sees growth
The National Aquarium in Baltimore is bringing back two discount programs to help keep the attraction affordable to Maryland residents.
Maryland is getting a visitor from the South with business on his mind.
9 store owners indicted in food stamp fraud, allegedly exchanged benefits for cash
All flights in and out of Baltimore Washington International Airport have been temporarily suspended due to a possible lightning strike.
Resumes at BWI after lightning strike that injured worker
Device in trash can explodes outside Baltimore courthouse; no injuries or damage reported
Towson University has shortened the suspension of its cheerleading team after hazing allegations sidelined the squad for the entire academic year.
Johns Hopkins University was one of eight colleges in the region that ranked in the top 100 in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Vice President Joe Biden to talk about infrastructure investment needs
Local firefighters climbed 110 stories to honor fallen firefighters Saturday.
Owings Mills High School is cutting the ribbon on a new stadium.
Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit the Port of Baltimore to make a transportation announcement.
The Coast Guard is setting up a temporary security zone in Baltimore's Inner Harbor during the NFL kickoff event.
2 Md. officers hurt when vehicle hits cruiser during I-95 traffic stop
Baltimore police: Officers shoot, kill man after foot chase
Weekend MARC train service on the Penn Line is set to begin Dec. 7, Gov. Martin O'Malley said during an event Wednesday.
O'Malley announces $1.5 billion in transportation projects, including weekend MARC service
Lexington Square Partners sues city of Baltimore over 'Superblock' redevelopment project
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