A pedestrian bridge fell onto the Metro and MARC train tracks in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Wednesday afternoon.
WASHINGTON — A pedestrian bridge fell onto the Metro and MARC train tracks in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Wednesday afternoon.
WASHINGTON — After a nearly yearlong back-and-forth with Pepco, a Maryland homeowner is asking the utility and its regulators to make it easier to switch to solar energy. A few months after moving to her Gaithersburg,…
WASHINGTON – A grand jury has indicted a Maryland man on a murder charge for the stabbing death of his neighbor, a World War II veteran. Thursday night, the Montgomery County grand jury found probable cause that 60-year-old…
WALKERSVILLE, Md. (AP) — A private security officer is in critical condition after he was shot repeatedly while sitting in a car outside a Frederick County Goodwill store where he worked. Maryland State Police say…
WASHINGTON — Anne Arundel County police officers are looking for Joe Cephus Perdue, an elderly man who was last seen Saturday morning in Odenton, Maryland. According to police, Perdue, 90, was seen wearing a dark…
WASHINGTON – A Gaithersburg man faces multiple charges after he barricaded himself inside his home and threatened to hurt his wife Sunday night. Jeffery A. Flaherty, 53, is charged with four counts of first-degree assault.…
A Silver Alert has been issued in Frederick County for an 81-year-old man.
A gun rights group is taking aim at the town to try to force a change in its firearm restrictions.
Troopers from the Frederick Barrack of the
Maryland State Police are investigating several
thefts from unlocked vehicles in Walkersville.
The Young Marines is a national organization,
of which can be found in all 50 states.
Walkersville could become the third municipality
Frederick County to ban synthetic marijuana as
leaders consider an ordinance that would make
of the drug illegal in the town.
Dianna Butt is not a quitter. The 64-year-old
Walkersville resident has worked her whole life
to make ends meet.
Hallmark does not make congratulatory cards for 68 years of work with the same employer, but if it did, Margaret Powers might receive one this week.
It took more than 70 years for Jim Jeffrey to get back on the dance floor. Now, nothing holds him back.