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Maryland’s location near to the nation’s capital will cause sequestration to have a stronger influence on the state’s economy, Gov. Martin O’Malley said to employees at FLIR Systems, a thermal imaging company here.
A bill in both the House and Senate would make it illegal, with some exceptions, to distribute, possess, sell or trade shark fins in Maryland, effectively making it illegal to sell shark fin soup in the state.
Air traffic control towers at Maryland’s five regional airports could shut down on April 1 as the Department of Transportation plans ways to cut its budget should the sequester occur, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Friday.
Maureen Burke marks every item on her menu with a color-coded stamp that identifies potential allergens, and her kitchen is divided into two parts, real cheese and fake cheese. She is doing with her restaurant, One Dish Cuisine, what a bill in both the House and Senate would ask all Maryland restaurants to do: Understand food allergies.
Members of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network gathered outside the Maryland State House Wednesday to advocate for a proposed moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
Teams of clever app developers have found a novel technological solution to overcome an age-old dating problem: figuring out whether someone you’re interested in feels the same way.
Local florists are wilting as online flower stores seize a larger portion of the market for bouquets of Valentine’s Day roses and other floral arrangements.
When U.S. Navy Surgeon David Shelton Edwards was serving at the Washington Navy Yard in the late 1830s, he kept the spark in his marriage alive by writing eight love letters home to his wife, Harriet Eliza Henry.
Gov. O’Malley and members of the state’s Federal Facilities Advisory Board released a report spelling out a series of recommendations that Maryland can use to spur job creation, innovation and economic growth through partnerships with the federal government.