Goats to Serve as Eco-Friendly Landscapers Around the State

Have you herd? Goats will soon be making their way through Maryland, as property owners trade machinery for hungry, four-legged landscapers.

Maryland Small Businesses Begin to Adopt Bitcoin

A handful of small businesses in Maryland accept the virtual currency bitcoin, including the bar Bad Decisions in Baltimore’s Fells Point neighborhood.

White House Cyber Czar Speaks at Naval Academy

Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel says understanding “the human factor” of cyberwarfare is essential to making progress in the field of cyberdefense.

Baltimore Startup Aims to Revolutionize Rehabilitation Industry

Utilizing Xbox Kinect technology, a team of biomedical engineers and game designers in Baltimore is developing software that allows for interactive physical rehabilitation from the comfort of a patient’s home.

Lawmakers Weigh Restrictions on Tracking Retail Shoppers Via Wi-Fi

Under the proposed legislation, businesses would be forced to notify consumers before tracking their shopping habits through Wi-Fi

Maryland License Plate Recognition Networks Prompt State, Federal Concerns

Each day across the state, hundreds of thousands of motorists’ license plates are recorded, stamped with location and time, and disseminated to various local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies – sometimes to be retained indefinitely.

Retroactive Health Care Insurance Bill Gains Final Approval

Measure allowing retroactive enrollment in state’s high-risk insurance ‘safety net’ awaits Gov. Martin O’Malley’s signature.

Lawmakers Question Retroactive Health Care Bill

Lack of concrete numbers and potential to “game the system” causes delegates to voice concerns in Annapolis.

Maryland Plans to Reform Health Care Spending in Hospitals

Officials announced the approval of a new Maryland plan that could put the state at the forefront of progressive health care.