The University of Maryland is trying out a program in which professors will assign "open-source textbooks" which are made up of non-copyrighted materials found from different sources that are relevant to their courses.
Maryland wary of disciplined Army in NCAA play; Penn seeks rare Ivy League win against Texas
'It's a really big disease and no one knows about it.'
Woman stabbed to death in Baltimore; suspect in custody
Republicans say Md. lawmakers should stop automatic 15 percent pay hike
Somerset Board of Education installs John Gaddis as permanent superintendent
Porsha Harvey has reached a plea deal after being charged with marijuana possession and disorderly conduct.
It's the first conviction using the Maryland Law Enforcement Information Network, or MLEIN.
2 men shot while sitting on park bench in Baltimore suburb; school locked down as precaution
As 2 military sex cases end, some call for changes in system while others say it worked
The Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Service will be conducting training at the Columbia Mall on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Prince George's County Police Department issued the Silver Alert late Friday night for James Francis Green.
Ravens agree to terms with former Rams S Darian Stewart
Actor Kevin Spacey visit Red Red Wine Bar in Annapolis, promote Maryland film tax credit
At a summit of Purple Line supporters and county and state officials, a buzz is palpable in the crowd about a Record of Decision from the federal government, a key step toward getting the light-rail project off the ground.
2 indicted in 2013 slaying of Md. inmate in prison dormitory near Hagerstown
Frederick, Md., woman convicted of fatally abusing her 3-month-old son
Mount St. Mary's University says President Thomas Powell is staying on for two more years because the school hasn't been able to find a successor.
With recent home invasion events in mind, people may feel uneasy about answering the door for someone they don't know. Here are tips on what to do when someone knocks on your door unexpectedly.
Sen. Bobby Zirkin says medical marijuana, decriminalization bills could be combined
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