The city of Frederick has named a new manager of the Frederick Municipal Airport.
Nothing less than the Terrapin's first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010 will suffice for a team eager to create a lasting memory during its final season in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Montgomery County Public Schools board will consider a multi-year, $1.5 billion plan to add classroom space as the district's populations continues to grow.
The first of four public meetings on changing school start times at Montgomery County schools gets underway Monday night at Paint Branch High School in Burtonsville.
Police: Dog bites off part of Glen Burnie toddler's nose
Md. trooper investigating Baltimore beltway crash injured when car hits cruiser
Howard County police officer wounded in exchange of gunfire discharged from hospital
Ravens sign RB Bernard Scott, who played 4 years with Bengals
Jury selection starts for Md. School for the Deaf molestation trial; 7 alleged victims
One week after an employee of the Clarion Hotel in Oxon Hill, Md. was gunned down, police have made three arrests.
Free cab rides through SoberRide will be offered in the Washington metro area from 10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 until 4 a.m. Friday, Nov. 1.
Halloween is the deadliest day of the year for children who get hit by cars. Takes some precautions to keep drivers and trick-or-treaters safe.
HUD awarding $19M in aid to Md. communities hit by Superstorm Sandy
Sen. Cardin to hold roundtable with small businesses at UMD BioPark
Howard County police announced via Twitter Sunday evening that Officer Steven Houk, who was shot last week after an altercation with a suspect, has been released.
3 Baltimore police officers recovering after being struck by car near nightclub
Silver Spring movie theater evacuated after bomb threat Saturday night; no danger found
Ulman to break ground on new features at Maryland sewage facility to prevent overflows
Police found three people dead in Glen Burnie, Md., early Sunday morning, and they're calling it a murder-suicide.
This month marks 50 years since the case known as Bell v. Maryland was argued in front of the justices. In the 50 years since, Robert Bell went on to become a lawyer and later a judge on Maryland's highest court, where he sat on the bench with two men who had been prosecutors on his case.