Maryland eyes Dorian for coastal flooding, rip current risks

Maryland lifeguards and emergency managers kept a close eye on possible threats from coastal flooding and rip currents as Hurricane Dorian meandered up the mid-Atlantic coast Friday afternoon and began a projected arc out to sea.

Maryland’s growing tourism industry gears up for warm season

Here are some of the most unique and exciting vacation spots to check out in Maryland as the weather gets nicer.

Enjoy these warm weather activities in Maryland

As the temperature increase, so does the desire to get outside and explore. Check out this fun and affordable Maryland activities and destinations!

Maryland tourism industry looks at impact of Trump travel ban

Business owners and experts in the tourism industry gathered in College Park for the Maryland Tourism and Travel Summit to discuss tourism in Maryland and how to grow it.

Is Maryland ready for the next big storm?

WASHINGTON — In Maryland, which has historically ducked many of the worst storms of the last 50 years, the question is increasingly not if but when the next big one will strike. And while some believe the state has often…

Ocean City J-1 visa in jeopardy

Ocean City businesses say they are dependent on international workers to fill their seasonal jobs.

Ocean City businesses fear losing seasonal workforce if J-1 visa program is reduced

As the summer tourism season comes to a close in Ocean City, Maryland, many businesses fear they may soon lose much of their seasonal workforce if the Trump administration cancels the J-1 visa program.

Maryland could host the nation’s largest offshore wind farm

The Maryland Public Service Commission is considering two proposals for turbines off the coast of Ocean City, giving Maryland the potential to host the nation’s largest offshore wind farm.

Governor Larry Hogan’s Decision to Delay School Start Sparks Twitter Debate

“School after Labor Day is now the law of the land in Maryland,” Hogan said, ignoring concerns from teachers unions and the Democratic-controlled state legislature.

Post-Labor Day School Start Could Hurt Working Families, Union Says

Though some in tourism-dependent Ocean City cheered Gov. Larry Hogan’s move to force Maryland schools to start after Labor Day, the Maryland State Education Association said it could hurt lower-income families who would be forced to pay for another week of summer child care.