Cheaper Gas May Drive More to Hit the Road for Thanksgiving, AAA Says

ANNAPOLIS–Low gas prices, increased police presence, suspended roadwork and toll booth failsafes may provide motorists cheaper, safer and quicker Thanksgiving travel across Maryland. The Maryland Transportation Authority expects a 1 percent increase in road traffic during the holiday travel period,…

State Highway Administration Adds to Snow Removal Arsenal

Highway officials lay out details for snow removal and other harsh winter conditions.

Top Teacher in the Country Baltimore County’s Sean McComb Shares Advice on How to Succeed in the Classroom

He’s been named the TOP teacher in the country and on Tuesday Baltimore County English instructor Sean McComb shared his advice on how to succeed in the classroom at a celebration of National Blue Ribbon Schools from across the country.

Rock ‘N Roll Cafe Provides Real World Training for Students at Md. School for the Blind

Students at Maryland School for the Blind work at Rock & Roll Cafe as a way to enhance their skills and work ethic.

Kidnapped Philadelphia Woman Is Found in Maryland

The kidnapping of a Philadelphia woman ends in Jessup, Maryland, when the alleged kidnapper is caught and his victim set free.

Death Row Inmate Appeals Sentence After State Drops Death Penalty

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler filed a brief with the Court of Special Appeals to change the inmate’s death sentence to life without parole.

Governor-Elect Hogan Addresses Public After Victory

Republican Larry J. Hogan Jr. pulled off a stunning upset Tuesday night to defeat the Democratic candidate Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in Maryland’s gubernatorial election.

Despite about an hour of sleep, an energized Maryland governor-elect Larry Hogan Jr. livened a conference room at the Westin Hotel in Annapolis Wednesday morning with cordial anecdotes and a down-to-business outlook.

Hogan told reporters a handful of times that he would not field specific questions regarding policy and tax reform right after election night, but made clear his determination to “get things done in a bipartisan fashion.”