At J.M. Clayton’s crab packing house in Cambridge, more than 100 workers spend the day unloading, picking, stacking and then packing the sweet crabmeat that Maryland is famous for.
College Park is about to get “crunchified.” Food Network fans were lined up out the door for the grand opening of Bobby Flay’s new burger restaurant, “Bobby’s Burger Palace.”
The statehouse dome in Annapolis, which has been painted white for the last 180 years, is closed for a new paint job. Officials are now debating whether to keep the dome white, or re-paint it yellow.
This week is National Fire Safety Week, and the Consumer Product Safety Commission is spending it testing out fire safety hazards at their new facility in Rockville.
With “Occupy Wall Street” protests filling the streets of New York, organizers in Maryland hoped to bring the same energy to “Occupy Baltimore.”
The start of fall in Maryland brings a change in the weather, falling leaves and increasing encounters with deer. In Montgomery County, officials say they’re trying to cope with an overpopulation of deer which has also resulted in an increase in Lyme disease.
More and more veterans coming home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are signing up for college.
Many around the state are still picking up the pieces in the wake of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee…and that includes the Department of Natural Resources.
The NFL team says more than 8,000 solar panels installed on top of one of the parking lots will now supply the stadium with enough power to completely power the facility on non-game days, and enough to power the stadium 20% on game days.