Study Shows Most Businesses That Sell Alcohol to Minors Get Off With a Fine

WASHINGTON – Hundreds of Maryland’s bars, liquor stores, restaurants and clubs sold alcohol to minors in the past year, but fewer than 10 percent had their liquor licenses suspended or revoked as a result

State Blinks First in Feud with Federal Government Over Wilson Bridge Contract

WASHINGTON – The Glendening administration conceded defeat Wednesday in its months-long battle with the federal government over union-friendly language in the largest contract for the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge replacement

Calvert Cliffs Postponed Emergency Drill in Days After Terrorist Attacks

WASHINGTON – The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has agreed to give the Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant another year to complete a test of its emergency preparedness, after post-Sept

Feds Refuse OK Wilson Bridge Contract, State `Concerned,’ Unsure of Next Move

WASHINGTON – The Bush administration Friday refused to approve Maryland’s use of a project labor agreement on a contract for Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge, the latest thrust in a battle that has already delayed bids on the project by two months

Wealthy Maryland Fares Poorly Overall in Federal Grant Programs, Study Shows

WASHINGTON – Maryland is one of the wealthiest states in the nation, but it makes a relatively poor showing when it comes to federal aid to help the state’s neediest people, according to a new study

State Again Pushes Back Bid Deadline for Major Contract on Wilson Bridge

WASHINGTON – A Thursday bid deadline on the largest phase of the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge reconstruction has been pushed back to next month, because the federal government has failed to approve the project’s labor agreement, Maryland officials said

Bosnian Family Tries Out American Traditions on Their First Thanksgiving

BALTIMORE – Thanksgiving is not yet a tradition in the Milanovic home, but the Bosnian family plans to spend Thursday in the traditional American way, cooking, eating turkey and visiting

Maryland Muslims Work Modern Lives Around Ancient Holy Month of Ramadan

WASHINGTON – Sandy Spring resident Sabir Rahman expects to get up at 4:30 a

State Hopes Court Ruling Pushes Feds to OK Next Phase of Wilson Bridge Project

WASHINGTON – The Glendening administration applauded a federal judge’s ruling Wednesday that the White House cannot ban project labor agreements, a sticking point in one of the largest portions of the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge reconstruction