It’s called the Streetline Parker App for the iPhone and Android phones.
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An explosion in a Univ. of Maryland lab left two students injured Monday. The explosion occurred as a result of nitric acid and sulfuric acid being combined with a third unknown substance in a waste container, officials said.
BALTIMORE– The H1N1 panic may have passed, but the State of Maryland and Baltimore County are staying on the offensive by offering free flu shots to residents. Everyone over six months of age is encouraged to receive a vaccine.
The rolling green hills of Potomac seemingly never end, but Montgomery County officials believe the area is still missing some greenery: soccer fields. They’ve decided to build them on a 20-acre plot of land that a local farmer has leased for the last 30 years.
More and more veterans coming home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are signing up for college.
At the University of Maryland, many professors are suggesting students purchase online versions of textbooks in order to cut costs and decrease the burden of carrying their books.
Video by Brendan Ponton/CNS-TV COLLEGE PARK– Two Prince George’s County police officers have been indicted for their roles in the 2010 beating of a Maryland student, according to Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks. The officers, Reginald Baker and…
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.
Area leaders are working to develop a better system of communication following the recent 5.8 earthquake, hurricane and tropical storm that left thousands of residents without power and a source of information.