The Cloverly Elementary School student told his parent that the substitute had touched him “in a way that made him uncomfortable,” Montgomery County police said.
Rage Room of Maryland in Glen Burnie is a place where you can let loose and get physical. “You break plates, cups, all the way up to printers,” owner Jason Tillman said. “And you’ll use a bat, sledgehammer, crowbar.”
A man died when his tractor trailer ended up pinning him against a dump truck at the southbound I-95 rest stop in Howard County, Maryland.
The Surfrider Foundation’s Ocean City chapter has launched a “Strawless Summer” campaign to help cut down on plastic pollution in the ocean.
Chief Rodney Hill had been in charge of the Office of Professional Responsibility since 2013. His retirement is “voluntary.”
The bill would be used in determining charges for cases revolving around threats of mass violence and increase penalties if the threats are made against children or places where children gather.
It’s early in the process, but more than half the Montgomery County schools tested so far have shown elevated levels of lead in their drinking water. Find the worst offenders, and where you can check to see which schools have been tested.
A majority of Maryland senators hope they’ve found a compromise to handle the state’s controversial state song: send it into retirement without erasing all recognition.
Cardin told Richard Montgomery students that he was proud to see so many from Maryland take part in a recent walkout — and some responded with demands for more than rhetoric.
Investigators involved in the Lyon sisters murders case say refreshing faded memories was key in the first-degree felony murder conviction of Lloyd Lee Welch.
A measure to allow judges to admit evidence of similar sex offenses in some cases against a suspect accused of rape has been passed by the Maryland Senate.
A Baltimore judge stands accused of neglecting years of paperwork and ordering a clerk to destroy old records.
Maryland state police have confirmed that multiagency teams have recovered the body of the pilot of a small plane that crashed into coastal waters.
The Maryland General Assembly is considering a bill that would allow undocumented students, sometimes referred to as “Dreamers” access to in-state tuition so they can pursue higher education.
Several business owners are suing Seat Pleasant, Maryland, after the town raised taxes on them – by about 800 percent.