Chicken litter is valued by many crop farmers in Delaware and along Maryland's Eastern Shore for its use as a nutrient-filled fertilizer, and poultry growers in the area often have excess litter from their chickens. Ellis took advantage of that supply and demand and turned it into a business, taking excess chicken litter from growers and selling it to local crop farmers.
An 88-year-old woman has been located Wednesday morning after she was missing overnight.
Maryland 1812 Commission awards $1.2M in grants to commemorate national anthem's anniversary
Many of the things we're used to today, will likely be gone by 2030.
Blue Angels scheduled to hold airshow for 2014 Naval Academy graduation
A regional road safety campaign is about to begin its fall enforcement.
For the second year in a row, a rash of injuries is threatening to ruin a potentially successful season for Maryland's football team.
Montgomery County is honoring what it's calling "everyday heroes." Among them, two men who helped injured shoppers when wall last July.
Montgomery County is trying to make itself more appealing to a younger generation. And a task forced charged with targeting millennials has finalized its proposals.
A new work-zone speed camera will be deployed along route 340 and Route 15 between Interstate 70 and Mt. Zion Road near Ballenger Creek in Frederick County next month.
Pennsylvania based Penn National is one of three companies vying for one lucrative casino license up for grabs in Prince George's County.
Gansler opposes development on University of Maryland golf course
Clarion Hotel employee was shot and killed in Oxon Hill Monday evening.
New college preparatory charter school with U-Md. affiliation opens in College Park
Transportation Security Administration investigating after ammunition theft in Anne Arundel
Md. man pleads guilty in W.Va. to killing mother during robbery
An eastern Pennsylvania man has been convicted of third-degree murder in the shooting death of a Maryland man in a Reading speakeasy almost four years ago.
Sorry, kids -- no twerking.
As surely as summer gives way to fall, wintry weather will threaten in the weeks and months ahead. This is the time to prepare trees for bad weather.
NAACP names former House of Representatives clerk as interim president, CEO