Film Crews Bring Jobs, Revenues, But Also Headaches

ANNAPOLIS – Gary Weber was grateful to abandon his job as manager of a Berlin, Md

Maryland Sets the Stage for Movie Industry

ANNAPOLIS – So you want to be in pictures? Forget Hollywood

State Board Approves Leases, Sale, of Montgomery Schools

ANNAPOLIS – A state board Wednesday voted to lease four former Montgomery County schools and sell another to private organizations

Md. Tobacco Farmers Not Concerned About Cigarette Settlement

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s decision to settle a suit against four major cigarette makers won’t keep tobacco farmers from preparing their crop for market in March

Maryland’s Millennium Mascot Named Loosely After State

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s millennium mascot has been named after the state

Marylanders Claiming Money They Didn’t Know They Were Owed

ANNAPOLIS – A 47-year-old Silver Spring man received a check for $145 from a state pension fund

Maryland High Court To Hear Child Abuse Case

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s Court of Appeals will hear arguments Monday on whether “inaction” is enough reason to convict in a child sexual abuse case


Epstein was born and raised just outside of Baltimore in Pikesville, and went to college at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he majored in biology and accounting