Though bus tours to Atlantic City have seen a decline since Maryland’s casinos opened, some gamblers say it doesn’t matter how many casinos are built here. Their trips to Atlantic City are less about the bets and more about the escape.
Thoughts of veterans cemeteries conjure images of row after row of uniform, white marble headstones at Arlington National Cemetery. But over the last few years, the reality has proven to be a little different as cremation increased drastically as an option.
The twin sister of the Tampa, Fla., woman linked to Gen. David Petraeus’ resignation as director of the CIA is being sued in Montgomery County Circuit Court for about $100,000 in unpaid legal fees.
The same-sex marriage referendum in Maryland was too close to call late Tuesday night, though supporters held a slight edge of 51-49 with more than half the votes still to be counted.
Question 5 on Tuesday’s ballot asks Marylanders to approve a congressional redistricting map that both Republicans and Democrats say was drawn to weaken Republicans and protect Democrats in a Democratic state.
Despite being one of the most controversial issues in America, same-sex marriage has barely made a blip on the advertising radar in Maryland. Both sides of the same-sex marriage referendum have spent less than a tenth than those battling over Maryland’s gaming referendum.
Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo and Gov. Martin O’Malley spent more than two hours in Baltimore Monday playing foosball, watching sports and mingling with same-sex marriage supporters.
Delegate Tiffany Alston, D-Prince George’s, hopes to maintain public office after striking a plea bargain Tuesday morning on charges of using campaign money to help pay for her wedding.
ANNAPOLIS – Delegate Tiffany Alston, D-Prince George’s, struck a plea bargain Tuesday morning on charges of using campaign money to help pay for her wedding