Maryland National Guard Found Immune in Soldier’s Death

ANNAPOLIS – The state of Maryland and the Maryland National Guard cannot be held liable in the 1997 death of an Army major who was run over by a truck driven by two guardsmen during training exercises, Maryland’s highest court ruled Thursday

State Study of Beleaguered Agriculture Industry Underway

ANNAPOLIS – The most comprehensive economic study in the past 20 years, and perhaps ever, of Maryland’s dwindling agriculture industry began Wednesday

State Foresters Forecast Fantastic Fall Foliage Display

ANNAPOLIS — Kiss the green leaves of summer goodbye and prepare for a fall chock-full of deep magentas, flashy oranges, bright reds and luminous yellows

Legislature Earns Failing Grade on Environmental Votes, Watchdog Group Says

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland delegates vote pro-environment more often than state senators, according to an environmental watchdog group’s analysis, but both houses on average earned failing grades

In Maryland, Faulty Firestone Tires Linked to One Crash, No Deaths

ANNAPOLIS – Marylanders have reported 14 cases of Bridgestone/Firestone tire failure, a figure that accounts for less than 1 percent of the more than 1,400 incidences of tire failure collected by the agency nationwide, according to a review of a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data

Labor Day Brings New Low Maryland Jobless Rate

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s already low unemployment rate dropped to 3