Nothing welcomes the warm weather season like an outdoor festival. Whether it's arts-focused, a county fair or a parade, open air celebrations offer something for everyone, young and old.
Monday, April 22 is Earth Day, an annual celebration of our planet and a day of environmental acknowledgement and awareness.
Chesapeake Bay survey shows drop in blue crab population, but spawning-age females increased
Boston bombing suspect's uncle: 'Turn yourself in, and ask forgiveness' from the victims
Private developer could build new Interstate 70 interchange east of Frederick
A Hagerstown processed-paper manufacturer is planning a major expansion.
2 women, 1 man shot at bar in Essex; wounds are not life-threatening
Maryland state police say a Pennsylvania man driving on a revoked license caused a crash that injured himself and two others while trying to elude officers.
Police say a man is dead after exchanging gunfire with officers in southeast Baltimore.<
Maryland DNR seeks communities help raise baby oysters for Chesapeake Bay restoration
Ravens open in Denver, host Steelers on Thanksgiving and welcome New England on Sunday night
Matt Wieters' grand slam in 10th inning gives Orioles 10-6 win over Rays
Feral cat has rabies; Baltimore County to trap others in colony
Officer who fatally shot hammer-wielding man won't be charged
Gaithersburg mother, Alyona Mayo, and her infant daughter are safe after they were found Thursday evening, according to a Montgomery County news release.
Police say slain man took part in robbery shortly before he was shot
Deputy in Md. charged with giving repo firm privileged information from crime database
Many of the most seriously wounded in the Boston bombing endured a loss of a limb or limbs. That type of injury is no stranger to Walter Reed Army National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, where they've treated tens of thousands of amputees.
An annual aerial survey of Chesapeake Bay grasses has found they continued to decline last year, and researchers are again blaming a pair of 2011 storms.
A Maryland man has been arrested after allegedly calling 911, claiming to be from Boston and threatening to "blow some more stuff up."