The Maryland Senate enhanced a tax break Thursday for restaurants and seafood distributors in Maryland who participate in an oyster shell recycling program.
With a bevy of exit ramps that wind and weave their way through the area, the FBI is not discounting the idea that the driver of the SUV just made a wrong turn and then panicked as he approached armed guards outside the secure NSA gate.
“We also have no reason to believe there’s any nexus at all to terrorism at this point,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Gordon Johnson. The SUV driver, an NSA police officer and an onlooker were all hospitalized.
A new dispatch system for Anne Arundel County has replaced one that had been in place since the early 1990s. The new system provides location services, increased capacity and more.
A new law requiring Maryland businesses with 15 or more employees to provide up to five days of earned paid sick leave is scheduled to go into effect on Sunday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday that he’s being treated for what his doctor said is a common form of skin cancer.
A Maryland lawmaker has sponsored the “Jared Kushner Act,” a bill that would prevent state judges from issuing arrest warrants for tenants who are being sued for less than $5,000 in unpaid rent.
Check out the photos and videos from this year’s Polar Bear Plunge, the 22nd year it’s been organized by Maryland State police. It benefits Special Olympics Maryland and its athletes.
Around 5:15 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to a crash on Maryland Route 3/Crain Highway northbound at Carver Road in Gambrills, police said.
A pedestrian was struck on U.S. 50 in Maryland Wednesday morning and the westbound lanes are closed while police investigate. Drivers should expect delays.
A 19th century doll was sold at an auction house in Annapolis for $335,500, breaking a world record for the auction price of a doll.
Want to see Europe for cheap? WOW Air is offering $89 one-way fares to London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Brussels, Edinburgh, Dublin and Frankfurt between Jan. 17 and April 24.
Members of MomsRising and the Working Matters Coalition are scheduled to rally Thursday for the General Assembly to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of the bill.
Marjorie Sewell Holt, the first woman elected to Congress from Maryland and a staunch conservative, died Jan. 6 at her Severna Park, Maryland, home. She was 97.
Maryland transportation officials are looking ahead to the upcoming onslaught of summer beach traffic through Annapolis: The multimillion-dollar widening of the Severn River Bridge is on track to be completed by Memorial Day.