Red Light, Speed Cameras Remain Controversial Even as Numbers Grow

Even after 14 years and hundreds of installed cameras, the debate over automated traffic enforcement continues.

Red Light, Speed Cameras Remain Controversial Even as Numbers Grow

ANNAPOLIS – In the 14 years since the Maryland legislature approved red light cameras, about 200 of the ticket-issuing machines have been installed in the state, according to a database compiled by AAA Mid-Atlantic

Coalition Formed to Fight Same-Sex Marriage in Md.

TEMPLE HILLS – A number of organizations announced the creation of a new interfaith coalition on Wednesday that will oppose same-sex marriage during the 2012 legislative session in Annapolis

Coalition Formed to Fight Same-Sex Marriage in Md.

A number of organizations announced the creation of a new interfaith coalition on Wednesday that will oppose same-sex marriage during the 2012 legislative session in Annapolis.

Maryland Begins War of 1812 Celebrations

Gov. Martin O’Malley and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined representatives from the U.S. Navy and Operation Sail, Inc. to announce a multi-year celebration of the War of 1812.

Maryland Begins War of 1812 Celebrations

ANNAPOLIS -The merging of past and present was perfectly exemplified by the grey metal Navy patrol ship docked next to a three-masted Barque with a complicated assortment of ropes and sails

New Option for Girls in Juvenile Justice System

For the first time, Baltimore girls going through the juvenile justice system now have an alternative to detention while waiting to be adjudicated – an alternative that’s been available to boys for years.

New Option for Girls in Juvenile Justice System

ANNAPOLIS – For the first time, Baltimore girls going through the juvenile justice system now have an alternative to detention while waiting to be adjudicated – an alternative that’s been available to boys for years

Dream Act Referendum Supporters Intervene in Lawsuit

An Anne Arundel County Court has ruled that MDPetitions.com can intervene in a lawsuit between proponents of the recently passed Maryland DREAM Act and the Maryland State Board of Elections.

Dream Act Referendum Supporters Intervene in Lawsuit

ANNAPOLIS – An Anne Arundel County Court has ruled that MDPetitions