The Westfield Annapolis Mall lost another store. This time its Capital Teas, which is folding its mall location into its flagship store in downtown Annapolis.
DSW has opened its newest store at The Mall at Prince Georges, the latest new retailer to join the Hyattsville Mall in Hyattsville, Maryland, as it wraps up a $30 million makeover.
A Maryland man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for several carjackings and a shooting.
A Maryland woman gave birth in the passenger seat of a car with the help of her doula on the way to the hospital after realizing the delivery couldn’t wait.
More than 16,000 young people have applied to work through the YouthWorks program this year so far, giving 5,000 more job opportunities to the city.
The new hotel at the Pike & Rose complex in North Bethesda offers samples of local craft beers, produce from Maryland farms and even honey from a local beekeeper.
Montgomery County Executive Isiah “Ike” Leggett said his 12th and final budget will fully fund the county’s schools, spend slightly more and hold steady on property taxes.
Multiple people are hurt in a crash in Montgomery County that involved a bus.
A Maryland school district has implemented a policy banning the Confederate battle flag and swastikas from all schools and school-sponsored events.
A Baltimore man was sentenced to 40 years in prison for his role in a 2015 home invasion of a casino patron’s house in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Despite concerns over Metro’s funding formula, D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson promised Thursday to back new dedicated funding for the transit agency.
A former police officer chosen as the Baltimore mayor’s new spokesman resigned from the position the very same day he was introduced to reporters at City Hall.
Target will roll out same-day home delivery in D.C. and Baltimore in late March by teaming up with online marketplace Shipt. To make it happen, the company needs to fill hundreds of jobs to make it happen.
A trio of gun control laws are advancing through the Maryland General Assembly, including one that would ban gun accessories like bump stocks.
There will be no tax increases in the $4.1 billion budget unveiled by Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker, but some homeowners might wind up paying more due to increased property values, which Baker touted as a sign of the county’s economic progress under his tenure.