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Streetcars, Once Nearly Extinct, Are Enjoying a Comeback

Streetcars, Once Nearly Extinct, Are Enjoying a Comeback

Washington is one of several U.S. cities adopting "second generation" streetcars.

Growing Number of Maryland High School Students Earning College Course Credit

Growing Number of Maryland High School Students Earning College Course Credit

More high school students in Maryland are earning college credit through Dual Enrollment courses within their high schools and local community colleges.

Ride-hailing Services Raise Questions About Safety

Ride-hailing Services Raise Questions About Safety

After a Michigan Uber driver's deadly killing spree in February, local incidents, less severe incidents shine a light on how confusing the ride-booking industry is.

Purple Line: A Divided Rail

Purple Line: A Divided Rail

As Purple Line development moves forward, residents and business owners feel the impact of its construction on their homes and pockets.

Talk of Restrictions Watched Closely in Trade-Busy Maryland

Talk of Restrictions Watched Closely in Trade-Busy Maryland

State and Port of Baltimore benefit heavily from international trade.

In a State Home to the NSA, Many Rural Residents Are Left Without Wired Broadband

In a State Home to the NSA, Many Rural Residents Are Left Without Wired Broadband

Residents of parts of rural Maryland face problems in business, education and agriculture because of unreliable Internet.

Legislation that ends subminimum wages for workers with disabilities passes

Legislation that ends subminimum wages for workers with disabilities passes

Maryland organizations cannot pay workers with disabilities a subminimum wage after September 2020.

Fells Point Fixture Celebrates 100 years

Fells Point Fixture Celebrates 100 years

Family owned Tochterman Fishing Tackle celebrates 100 years of business. Current owner Tony Tochterman shares the secrets to his family's successful business.

Maryland Voters May Get Opportunity To Have State Regulate Daily Fantasy Sports

Maryland Voters May Get Opportunity To Have State Regulate Daily Fantasy Sports

Marylanders may get the opportunity to vote on a referendum in November's General Election and decide if the state should regulate daily fantasy sports.

Maryland Comptroller’s Office Cracks Down on Possible Fraudulent Returns

Maryland Comptroller’s Office Cracks Down on Possible Fraudulent Returns

The Maryland Comptroller's Office is on the hunt for tax fraud.