Charles County detectives have identified the 10-year-old male suspect who reportedly molested a 4-year-old boy at the Capital Clubhouse last weekend.
United States uses revamped lineup to beat Spain twice in 2nd round of International Crown
Maryland State Fair bans backpacks, coolers, large bags as part of security measures
Police: Woman evicted from Maryland home runs over property employee
Those driving in the area of Thurston Road in Frederick, Maryland can't miss the many signs put up in protest of a proposed firing range in a valley that backs up to Sugarloaf Mountain.
NJ detective testifies at his Md. murder trial that man he shot threatened to kill him
7 hurt in 3-vehicle crash in Cockeysville; 1 car hits barbecue restaurant steps
GOP official in Md. meets with county candidate over association with secessionist group
As many as 8,000 women and girls already joined the class action. News of the huge settlement filed Monday may encourage more of the 12,600 patients Dr. Nikita Levy saw during his 25 years at Hopkins to sign up as well.
Judge revokes bond for DC officer charged with trying to kill wife for violation
Ravens RB Rice receives 2-game suspension from NFL following offseason arrest
Maryland Live casino recruiting soon-to-be-jobless Atlantic City casino workers
Del. man charged with robbing bank in Rising Sun, Md., while dressed as a woman
Hyattsville City Police are searching for two men in two recent assaults on female pedestrians.
You can earn frequent flier miles by flying, and now you can earn them by flying from BWI.
A sickening attack is also a teaching moment for parents about social media use, according to Laurie Nathan of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
It's not often a gluten-free food delivery service wins an award for best tasting food at an event full of established restaurants.
In 2012, 75 percent of the nation's 2.1 million farms sold less than $50,000 in agricultural products, but the cost to maintain a farm continues to increase. Local farmers turn to crowdsourcing.
Md. spending on criminal defense for the poor dropped more sharply than national rate
Labor secretary, senator to tour Baltimore nonprofit that trains people for biotech jobs
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