This week Metro saw its share of highs and lows. Although the transit agency announced the debut date for its new cars, it also faced criticism about worker and passenger safety following a slew of incidents.
The fourth annual Maryland International Film Festival will take place Thursday through Saturday with screenings and after-parties in downtown Hagerstown.
WASHINGTON--Metro’s week was anything but good. The transit agency faced a tough few days, during which it suspended its search for a new leader, asked its board for permission to obtain a big loan and saw a police-involved fatality.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported Thursday that the Eastern Shore is being polluted largely by an excess amount of nutrients from inorganic fertilizers and manure - in other words, animal waste.
The winter weather appears to have finally cleared up but not without leaving its mark on the roads. Potholes have been wreaking havoc throughout the region and Prince George’s County’s Department of Public Works is working to patch up the problem.
Marylanders with nonviolent criminal records might not have to part the seas to have a second chance, thanks to a state Senate bill designed to allow them to shield certain offenses from their records after a period of no criminal activity.
Former Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced his candidacy for Maryland’s 4th Congressional District on Thursday, joining former Prince George’s State’s Attorney Glenn Ivey as declared candidates in the Democratic primary field.