The Great Fire of 1912 sparked a brand-new path for the University of Maryland.
Lawmakers grew extremely frustrated when questions about the meningitis continued to go unanswered today on Capitol Hill.
At an age when many look to retire, Charlie Plaskon has a clear vision of where he wants to go, even if it’s with someone else’s eyes guiding him.
The final count was close but Maryland voters gave their approval to Question 7 adding table games and allowing an upscale gambling facility to be built in Prince George’s County.
Opponents on Maryland ballot Question Six came together at Gallaudet University to fight for the job of Angela McCaskill.
Innovators are banding together on the 40th anniversary of the Federal Clean Water Act to show off new, environmentally friendly products to improve the water quality in the Chesapeake Bay region.
With the presidential debates over and election day just two weeks away, some Maryland voters are still trying to make up their minds.