By 2 p.m. on Monday, the last day to sign up for the Affordable Care Act, Angela Everett had already greeted hundreds of last-minute applicants who were confused, irritated and even a little frightened.
Md. officials: Escaped inmate found at acquaintance's Prince George's Co. home
Every police deputy should have a protective vest -- even deputies on four legs.
The superintendent of Maryland public schools has denied the Montgomery County school system's request for a waiver from the requirement to make up snow days.
Museum exhibit traces history of the banjo in Baltimore, home to first US banjo factory
The Maryland Senate has approved a bill that would make courts rely on a data formula in determining whether or not to jail people after arrest.<
Two measures to help battle domestic violence have been passed by the Maryland General Assembly.
Baltimore Co. police: 2 were hunting birds near lockdown-down campus, no charges will be filed
Cruz hits tiebreaking HR in 7th inning, Orioles beat defending champion Red Sox 2-1 in opener
Budget committee begins negotiations, delays debate on 'House of Cards' property seizure
A federal appeals court has ruled that a Maryland county's pension system discriminated against older workers by charging them higher contribution rates than younger employees.
Echo Real Estate Services Co. plans to break ground in the next 60 days on a Safeway-anchored retail project at the site along East-West Highway and also hopes that much of the project's planned retail space will be spoken for long before the project is completed.
Maryland State Police say troopers are investigating whether more than 50 guns seized at a Cecil County home were part of scheme to sell stolen goods.
After two days of steady rain, the Monocacy River has spilled over its banks.
Md. Higher Ed. secretary leaving for foundation, O'Malley names acting secretary
A retaining wall collapsed near Gaithersburg on Sunday, forcing evacuations and a road closure.
Lawmakers hope a pair of changes related to operating microbreweries in Montgomery County could attract more of the burgeoning craft beer business to the area.
Md. public health official suspects food poisoning in illness aboard Pa. high school trip bus
Baltimore-based software startup Rehabtics aims to use technology to revolutionize the physical rehabilitation industry.
Police say Leila Anne Khalil returned home safely and unharmed on March 27.
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