Maryland’s top lawyer presents a plan of action saying it’s time to step up awareness about the problem of sexual assault on college campuses around the state of Maryland.
The kidnapping of a Philadelphia woman ends in Jessup, Maryland, when the alleged kidnapper is caught and his victim set free.
A small group of Dundalk High School students get to talk national security with Maryland Second District Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, ranking member of the House Select Committee on Intelligence.
On the sixth day of early voting in Maryland, state republicans called on the state Board of Elections to review and resolve reported problems with electronic voting.
Several former Washington Post staff members, now on the faculty of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism, recall former Executive Editor Ben Bradlee who helped with making their careers a success.
The only tall ship left in the U.S. military is the Coast Guard’s USS Eagle. Its home port for years has been London, Connecticut but that’s all about to change as she now calls Charm City home.
BETHESDA – Prospective medical marijuana business owners learn the ins and outs about state and federal laws as the state of Maryland gears up to implement its own medical marijuana law.
The State Highway Administration has put a new speed limit, crosswalk and fence in place along a dangerous stretch of US Route 1 in College Park in an effort to keep the public safe.
Two-hundred years to the weekend that the British bombarded Fort McHenry, visitors from all over flocked to the historic site to take part in the celebration. Volunteers re-created the scene in period costumes while the Navy Blue Angels roared overhead.