Apple Brandy With a Splash of History

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New Robots Facilities Create Jobs in Maryland

The new employees will work in manufacturing and engineering in order to meet the demand for an increase in robotics, and thermal control in space.

Maryland Partners with Facebook, Cartoon Network to Combat Bullying

State officials said there were 3,818 cases of reported bullying in Maryland last year, but acknowledged that many more incidents go unreported.

Johns Hopkins Professor Wins Nobel Prize for Physics

Riess shared the award with scientists from the University of California at Berkley and Australian National University.

10 Years Later: Remembering the College Park Tornado

On September 24, 2001, an F-3 tornado ripped through the campus of the University of Maryland killing Erin and Colleen Marlatt

Parking App Helps Drivers at Univ. of Maryland

It’s called the Streetline Parker App for the iPhone and Android phones.

Legal Battle Rages Over Mont. County Farmland

The rolling green hills of Potomac seemingly never end, but Montgomery County officials believe the area is still missing some greenery: soccer fields. They’ve decided to build them on a 20-acre plot of land that a local farmer has leased for the last 30 years.

Police Officers Indicted for MD Student Beating

Video by Brendan Ponton/CNS-TV COLLEGE PARK– Two Prince George’s County police officers have been indicted for their roles in the 2010 beating of a Maryland student, according to Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks. The officers, Reginald Baker and…

Flooding Closes Route 1 in Laurel

The usually busy road was turned into a pond. Traffic was closed in both directions. Onlookers said they’ve never seen anything like it.