Permits Allow Hunting on Maryland Farmers’ Fields to Control Crop-Eating Deer

Year-round hunting is possible through Deer Management Permits for farms with damaged crops.

Venison, the Other Red Meat, on Maryland Tables

“You can barely tell it’s not beef when it’s cooked right.”

Former Gov. Harry Hughes Reflects on Life Beyond Politics

“It was eight years of honest government” under Harry Hughes, said former Gov. Parris Glendening.

State Highway Administration Adds to Snow Removal Arsenal

Highway officials lay out details for snow removal and other harsh winter conditions.

Death Row Inmate Appeals Sentence After State Drops Death Penalty

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler filed a brief with the Court of Special Appeals to change the inmate’s death sentence to life without parole.

A Little Bit of Halloween Every Day

Annapolis tattoo artist keeps the Halloween season alive year-round.

Gears of Change Begin Turning as Maryland Prepares for New Governor

Electing a new Maryland governor requires a lot of changes throughout the state.

Maryland’s Loggers Provide Lumber, Work to Protect Environment

“We’re in a good time for selling timber.”

Ocean City Officials Prepping for Tobacco Restrictions

Smokers on the O.C. beach and boardwalk will be limited to designated areas for lighting up.