Maryland health officials confirm presence of severe respiratory illness in state
Cannon backfires, shoots 100-pound metal mound, at Fort McHenry after bicentennial celebration
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith eager to face Panthers, who cut him after 13 years
Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe to miss several weeks after undergoing knee surgery
Maryland revises revenue estimates down $405M for fiscal year 2015 and 2016
Featured homes on the Oct. 4 and 5 tour include an elegant mansion, a traditional colonial, a contemporary masterpiece and a newly renovated 12,000-square-foot Williamsburg colonial.
Expanded Sunday hunting rules for western Md. could be in place by firearm deer season
Drug developer Emergent BioSolutions Inc. says the new version of its anthrax vaccine will be produced in Lansing.
The Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church that won a tough zoning battle over a new worship center, recreation space and residential development is ready to start the county's approval process.
Maryland appeals court upholds lawsuit filed against Baltimore mayor, police by exonerated man
Hagerstown, Md., would pay $650K to rid city of old electric plant filled with toxins
A compliance check of Montgomery County restaurants and stores that sell alcohol found the vast majority of waiters, bartenders and storekeepers follow the rules when it comes to checking IDs.
Police question 2 juveniles, 1 adult in slaying of albino deer in western Maryland cemetery
Conviction of Prince George's officer overturned in 2010 University of Maryland beating case
Pedestrian dies after being hit by car near Baltimore's new casino
The county's latest design for a revamped Old Georgetown Road near Rockville Pike is too wide and doesn't reflect the pedestrian-friendly nature outlined in the 2010 White Flint Sector Plan, according to a local activist.
Democratic primary race for governor boosted television advertising spending in Maryland
A Baltimore-based company of senior living communities is hoping to take advantage of a rapidly redeveloping downtown Bethesda.
Police say Shirley Catherine Dowrich of Wheaton, Maryland has been located and is safe.
Montgomery County high school football players burned by improperly used cleaning agent
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