Anne Arundel County
The state Senate is set to cast a final vote on a bill to ban a chicken feed additive containing arsenic.
Lawmakers did not get far Monday in their opening deliberations on resolving differences in budget proposals passed by state Senate and House of Delegates.
Anne Arundel Community College has chosen its sixth president.
The Anne Arundel County Council is expected to pepper Lt. Col. Emerson Davis, the deputy police chief, with questions Monday night about how the department reacted to County Executive John Leopold's indictment for misconduct last month.
Gov. Martin O'Malley has endorsed Montgomery County state Sen. Rob Garagiola for the Democratic nomination in Tuesday's 6th Congressional District primary.
Anne Arundel County police are searching for a suspect in the stabbing death of a man in the community of Pumphrey.
The Vetter family takes pride in their homemade salad dressing, from its natural ingredients on down to the slightly crooked bottle labels.
The House of Delegates has shot down a bill that would have raised hunting license fees.
Maryland lawmakers are calling for cultural sensitivity and an end to racial profiling following the shooting death of an unarmed teenager in Florida.
Jazz bassist Joe Byrd is being remembered by friends for his quiet support of others, including his guitar-playing brother, the late Charlie Byrd.
A Maryland high school student has been charged with harassing a classmate who complained online about being bullied.
Anne Arundel Police Chief James Teare is refusing to testify at an inquiry scheduled by the County Council surrounding his part in a corruption scandal.
Beginning Sunday, March 25, the Maryland State Highway Administration begins building new wider sidewalks with clearer walking paths and pedestrian crossing signals along West Street(also known as MD 450) between Westgate Circle and Route 2 Solomon's Island Road.
A new report says industrial facilities dumped 1.4 million pounds of toxic chemicals into Maryland waterways in 2010, mostly in the Baltimore area.
Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen has proposed an ordinance to allow city residents to keep as many as five hens, but no roosters, on their properties.
The Anne Arundel County Council has chosen a 31-year-old Severn man to fill a vacant seat on the council, ending weeks of deadlock.
Officially it's known as lean, finely textured beef. But the product better known now to consumers as "pink slime" won't be found in Anne Arundel County public school cafeterias.
Beltsville-based AiNet is preparing to open a data center in Glen Burnie, setting it up for cross-state competition with traditional data center hotspot Ashburn.
Dozens of dancers from the Teelin School of Irish Dance in Columbia kicked up their heels to celebrate at Westfields Annapolis Mall.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. will begin installing "smart meters" in May.