Toxic Toys Remain on Shelves

The holidays mean lots of toys for little ones. But sometimes those toys can be toxic.

State Shows New Tools for Winter Weather

It’s called a Tow Plow and it does the work of a second truck without the fuel, manpower or money that a second truck would require.

Cheverly Replaces Optotraffic Speed Cameras

A speed camera company that pulled out of its contract with the town of Cheverly after complaints about its technology still operates programs in several local jurisdictions.

First Lady, Others Speak on Domestic Violence, Bullying

There is a connection between being bullied early in life and becoming victims of domestic violence later on, social workers said at a conference Wednesday.

College Unveils Second Community-Scale Wind Turbine on Eastern Shore

The turbine at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills is the first on the Eastern Shore.

D.C. Students Celebrate Nordic Food Day

Nordic Food Day was the first in the International Food Program series that aims to introduce students to new cultures and customs.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center Continues to Serve Community

A year after a sexual assault center in Prince George’s County expanded its services, officials say it has helped discover more victims of domestic violence.

New Speed Cameras to Come to Prince George’s County

Officials in Prince George’s County plan to install 55 new speed cameras over the next year, prompting criticism from drivers in the county.

O’Malley Still Pursuing Offshore Wind Energy

Governor Martin O’Malley and U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar addressed the American Wind Energy Association Tuesday, affirming their interest in bringing offshore wind energy to America.

Free Flu Shots for Baltimore County Residents

BALTIMORE– The H1N1 panic may have passed, but the State of Maryland and Baltimore County are staying on the offensive by offering free flu shots to residents. Everyone over six months of age is encouraged to receive a vaccine.