Group Wants Amtrak to Allow Pets on Trains

The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council is promoting the Pets on Trains Act of 2013, which could allow non-service animals on Amtrak trains.

Montgomery County Launches “Heads Up in Parking Lot” Campaign

Montgomery County launched an educational campaign to remind pedestrians and drivers to pay attention in parking lots and garages, especially as the busy holiday season approaches.

Night Before Christmas Ice Attraction Opens

The Gaylord National Resort’s 5th annual ICE! attraction is open with a new theme,”‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.”

What Will the Trans Fat Ban Mean for You?

Culinary students and instructor at Anne Arundel Community College stay open-minded about the possible elimination of artificial trans fats.

Google Winter Wonderlab Pops Up in Annapolis

Westfield Annapolis mall is one of six locations across the country to house Google’s Winter Wonderlab pop-up.

Falling Temps, Rising Problems for Homeless

Bethesda Cares is opening its doors to the homeless as temperatures rapidly drop.

100,000 Homes Campaign Identifies Homeless

The results are in for Montgomery County’s 100,000 HOMES Campaign.

Agency Puts Focus on Thanksgiving Fire Safety

There were 1,300 fires on Thanksgiving Day between 2009 and 2011, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Gov. O’Malley Forms Commission in Response to Ethan Saylor’s Death

The Commission for Effective Community Inclusion of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities was formed last month in response to Saylor’s death.

Police Enforce New Driving Laws

Sgt. Marc Black from the Maryland State Police patrols the road for drivers on their cell phones. As of October 1st, it is a primary offense to hold your phone as you drive.