History comes alive at Rockville museum one piece of furniture at a time

A Rockville museum exhibit features 18th and 19th century furniture pieces and the stories behind them. Beall-Dawson Museum curator, Elizabeth Lay, shows us that history is alive but may be hidden in plain sight.

State comptroller supports local brewers after bill passes that could impact future businesses

State Comptroller Peter Franchot visits Attaboy Beer in Frederick in a show of support for local brewers after legislation impacts future craft brewers. The Maryland General Assembly passed a bill limiting the hours of future craft brewers in Maryland.

Governor Hogan signs fracking ban into law

Governor Larry Hogan signs legislation to ban fracking on Tuesday, making Maryland the third state in the county to do so. The State Senate and House of Delegates overwhelmingly supported the ban before the bill hit the governor’s desk. The bill will go into effect on October 1st when a temporary ban on fracking expires.

Maryland’s newest U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen hopes to keep moving forward

Maryland’s junior senator may be taking on a new job but Chris Van Hollen is a Capitol Hill veteran. Van Hollen says despite what he calls a polarized start of this session of Congress, he’s hoping things will settle down so that the work in the Senate can move forward.

A mix of supporters and opponents turn out for Trump inauguration

WASHINGTON — Thousands showed up at the National Mall for the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump. Onlookers made for a mix of both supporters and critics of the nation’s 45th president.

Siblings meet Prince George’s firefighter 58 years after he saved their lives

Hyattsville, MD– 58 years after a house fire almost took the lives of toddler siblings Michael and Linda Hart they are reunited with their rescuer, retired PG Firefighter Edwin Stuart “Stu” Newman. Jr.