Frederick commission to review Towne Center plan for new Wal-Mart store
Top educators honored in Maryland at Teacher of the Year Gala
Mayors of Baltimore, Kansas City make wager on baseball series
Shortstop JJ Hardy can earn $54.8 million over 4 years in new contract with Baltimore Orioles
EEOC sues FedEx for failing to accommodate deaf package handlers, job applicants
Worker killed at Baltimore loading dock after machinery falls
Prince George's County schools name former Howard County official as interim CFO
It's still possible to catch playoff baseball action at Camden Yards without spending a fortune.
Montgomery County has gotten $78,250 in fines since the program started in January.
U-Md.'s 40 years of vaccine research give school a role in Ebola vaccine test in Africa
Royals' roster for ALCS mirrors previous series; Orioles switch Jimenez for Matusz
Court reinstates legal complaint to release information in state trooper racial slur case
Maryland reports first seasonal flu case; Eastern Shore patient hospitalized, released
In 2010, Bill Shipp was diagnosed with prostate cancer. In 2014, he swam the English Channel.
The flu takes hold in Maryland, and many are fighting cold symptoms going around.
MARC riders ask O'Malley for extended hours to Camden Yards if Orioles make it to World Series
Museum revokes invite to civil rights leader after she questions honoring of Black Panther
The school system is looking to add employees as the city adds more building space for about 8,000 students.
It's meant to add interest to the trail, which runs from Pittsburgh to Cumberland.
On Saturday, Dorothy Roberts, a University of Pennsylvania professor of Africana studies, law and sociology, will deliver a keynote speech on the topic of race and biomedical research at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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