Citigroup Inc. says it's cutting more than 50 jobs in Hagerstown.
West Virginia State Police say a Maryland man has died in an equipment-related accident at a Tucker County coal mine.
AP PHOTOS: Chesapeake Bay oystermen dredging with skipjack, 109-year-old vessel
Eastern Shore bridge closed briefly after 6 crashes amid icy conditions
State and local officials to discuss ways to reduce energy consumption
C&O Canal recruits retired teachers in Allegany County, Md., to expand educational program
Maryland House of Correction in Jessup being demolished
Pepco is out with a warning for its customers: Scammers are sending out fake utility bills, posing as third-party suppliers.
It's about time for Maryland to change its marijuana laws -- at least that's what supporters of the Marijuana Control Act of 2014 say.
Comptroller Peter Franchot is expressing support for Maryland to recouple its estate tax with the federal government.
Montgomery County Police say a man who tried to rob a bank fled when he saw a teller pushing the alarm.
Man charged with assaulting police officer during struggle in Glen Burnie
Gov. Martin O'Malley is offering a helping hand to the struggling Canal Place heritage area in downtown Cumberland.
Large Ferris wheel, the Capital Wheel, to overlook nation's capital from Maryland pier
Maryland State Police say they've arrested a Baltimore man wanted in the theft of eight Hermes handbags from a Texas home that were worth $200,000.
Police in Md. seize truck with 187 bushels containing undersized oysters
Following another deadly fire, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue is reminding residents what they need to do to stay safe.
Former Prince George's County sheriff's deputy to be sentenced for having sex with inmate
The number of pet adoptions and rescues from Frederick County's animal shelter has been falling over the past five years, leading to an increase in animals put to death.
The death of a 10-year-old Gaithersburg, Md. boy who died after being pulled from the icy waters of a pond in Montgomery County has prompted one Maryland state lawmaker to consider legislation requiring fences around storm water ponds.