Dangerously Delicious Pies Supplies the Sweet Taste of Victory

Oriole walk-off wins and pie celebrations have become synonymous in Charm City, thanks to Dangerously Delicious Pies.

Anti-Donald Trump Music Video goes Viral

A provocative subject, a captive audience, and a catchy chorus has resulted in a viral music video for a local teen.

Harford County Releases 911 Calls, Reveals Killer’s Possible Motive

Harford County has released the 911 calls from the day that Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey and Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon were killed.

Montgomery County Responds to Concerns of Muslim Community

Montgomery County’s Committee on Hate and Violence meets with a group of local Muslims to address concerns.

Mental Illness Legislation Proponents Rally in Annapolis

With the need and cost for mental health services growing, advocates rallied today at Lawyers Mall to support legislation that would tie funding for behavioral health
services to inflation and provide round-the-clock facilities.

BROOM BALL: An ice sport where you leave your skates at home

COLLEGE PARK – An ice sport where no skates are allowed, broom ball is a favorite among college students, turning late Thursday nights into longstanding rivalries.

Prince George’s County Kicks off Pothole Blitz

They make your car bounce, sometimes you swerve to avoid them, other times you aren’t so lucky. Yes, we’re talking about potholes, and plenty of them. Today Prince Georges County’s Department of Public Works set out to smooth things over, launching their “Pothole Blitz.”

Maryland’s ACLU Advocates for Police Accountability Legislation

Before the House of Delegate’s Judiciary Committee heard testimony on police reform legislation, the ACLU and local activists met to support tougher policy.

Montgomery County Executive Leggett hosts budget forum

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett hosted three budget forums to get input from residents before submitting his budget for fiscal year 2017.

University of Maryland works to clear snow from campus following blizzard

The University of Maryland facilities management worked long hours to remove 22 inches of snow from campus so that classes could get underway.