Travis Pastrana is going to jump Ego Alley in his newest stunt

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Travis Pastrana, American professional motorsports competitor, stunt performer and native of Annapolis, is gearing up to jump over Ego Alley for an upcoming movie.

Early voting is now underway in Maryland

The Xfinity Center at the University of Maryland has been selected as one of the 11 early voting locations in Prince George’s County. It will be utilized from Tuesday, October 26th until Tuesday, November 3rd.

Maryland’s early and mail-in votes outpace 2016

Mail-in vote totals are around 500% higher than in 2016, and early vote numbers are up as well. That likely will not affect who Maryland picks for president this year.

Pumped for Pickleball

Pickleball is a fun, unique sport that has grown over the past few years in Montgomery County. With courts all over the county, it’s a fun way to meet new people and stay active while staying distanced.

Update on the Terps football team

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland–The football season starts in two weeks. The Terps are fine-tuning their game in hopes of a successful season.

In Wicomico County, a couple struggles to stay afloat with underwater mortgage

SALISBURY, Maryland – Each week, John Peters does yard work for neighbors, shuttles friends to doctors’ appointments and works as a janitor at Crossroads Church of God. The jobs bring in extra money used to keep the family afloat while…

With Record Day postponed to June, stores look to new ways to sell vinyl

Matthew Moffatt, the owner of Smash! Records in Washington, D.C., was looking forward to Record Store Day, the annual April event when music fans descend upon local record stores to purchase limited-release music recorded on vinyl. Music stores, like all…

A familiar face rejoins Maryland’s congressional delegation

Kweisi Mfume, 71, once again is representing Maryland’s 7th Congressional District, which includes parts of Baltimore City, Baltimore County and the majority of Howard County. The district formerly was represented by Rep. Elijah Cummings, who died last October.

Maryland sees spike in poison control calls amid COVID-19 pandemic

“What we’ve seen is an increase in calls to the Maryland Poison Center about products like hand sanitizer, bleach products, detergents, etc. over the past six weeks or so,” said Bruce Anderson, executive director of the Maryland Poison Center.

Maryland Gov. Hogan announces ‘Roadmap to Recovery’ plan to reopen the state

As states across the nation ease restrictions related to COVID-19, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has introduced a multi-stage strategy to gradually lift state lockdown orders.

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