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Marylanders looking to purchase an environmentally friendly car should look east, Far East, new data shows. Japanese automakers Lexus, Subaru and Honda had the lowest failure rates on emissions tests in Maryland in 2010 and 2011, according to a Capital News Service analysis of more than 3 million test records.
Some Maryland women have the luxury of choice when navigating the workplace in Maryland as an expectant mother, but the experience for others, like Shayvon Omosanya, 24, could hardly be described as luxury, or even choice.
Some hope the new gas tax will help expand repairs for Maryland's deteriorating bridges, such as the Dover Bridge, which borders Talbot and Caroline counties over the Choptank River.
As drones have become more affordable, a subculture of hobbyists and would-be entrepreneurs has emerged. Lawmakers and regulators, struggling to reconcile the benefits with the potential dangers of the technology, are caught playing catch-up.
A 14-mile reservoir behind the Conowingo Dam in northern Maryland stops two-thirds of the Susquehanna River's sediment from flowing into the Chesapeake Bay. But the reservoir is expected to reach capacity within 20 years, and all of the sediment will get through.
The Washington Nationals rank fifth in average ticket price in Major League Baseball, but fans -- especially families -- are using creative, budget-friendly ways to attend games.
Despite the fact that pot is illegal on the federal level, a medical marijuana dispensary is preparing to open in the nation's capital, a mere two miles from the U.S. Department of Justice.