Police and residents of a Montgomery County apartment complex held hostage for more than a decade by drug dealers and related violence, celebrated the success of a two-year-old program to end the open-air drug sales.
Annapolis has won a federal grant to help fund a $12.6 million plan to finish rebuilding the City Dock.
An extensive revamping of Maryland's campaign finance laws is raising donation limits for individuals while emphasizing disclosure and enabling the state to assess civil penalties for violations.
In a new twist on speed cameras, the City of Laurel introduced two fake cameras this week.
Ocean City Police have charged a Snow Hill man in a stabbing that occurred during a fight at a convenience store.
A firefighter was injured and 20 residents were displaced when a fire tore through a condominium building in Bel Air.
Md. prisoner dies after assault; another inmate suspected
Federal agents found stinkbugs among a shipment of ceramic tile from Italy during an inspection at the Port of Baltimore Monday and called the discovery a first in the nation for this particularly pervasive pest.
Md. man charged with carrying antique rifle outside elementary school
Former Anne Arundel County executive released from jail after serving 30-day sentence
Sharpsburg man digs up live Civil War-era shell from yard; later detonated safely at farm
Baltimore County police say a report of a shooting at Towson University is unfounded.
A Maryland lawmaker is selling raffle tickets for assault weapons as a fundraiser for gun rights and his re-election campaign.
Hagerstown, Md., man charged with stabbing dog, threatening owner, at motel
Ocean City looking for new gauges of tourism impact, demographics
Violinist who says he was forced off Ocean City Boardwalk sues over noise ordinance
Investigators are reaching out to young women who might have interacted with Army Staff Sgt. Adam Anthony Arndt.
A man who admitted to police he was high on crystal methamphetamine was arrested Wednesday for attempted carjacking after leading Montgomery County police on a chase.
As an effort to deter speeding, authorities in Laurel, Md. deployed fake speed cameras on Wednesday, reports NBC 4.
Michelle Obama to address college, high school graduates next month in Ky., Md., and Tenn.