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Delays for Camden Line MARC commuters continue Tuesday

According to the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), a CSX freight train derailment that took place Sunday, July 28 at 10 a.m., just south of Camden Station near Bush Street, left all tracks blocked. This derailment will have an impact on the Camden and Brunswick lines for Monday's commuting schedule.

Monday - 07/29/2013, 11:01pm EDT

Tags: MARC, commuters, train, train derailment, schedule, Terry Owens,

Md. officials say Bay Bridge safer than most roads

Maryland transportation officials say the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is safe and has had fewer accidents than most state highways, despite a recent crash that sent a car into the water and a driver swimming to safety.

Sunday - 07/28/2013, 03:22pm EDT

Tags: Bay Bridge, Bay Bridge crash, safety

Md. approves settlement in racial profiling suit

Maryland has agreed to pay $55,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by an African-American driver alleging that two state police troopers violated his civil rights with racial profiling.

Friday - 07/05/2013, 09:33am EDT

Tags: Martin OMalley, Peter Franchot, Nancy Kopp, Board of Public Works, racial profiling, Maryland State Police, Maryland Attorney General

First Md. heat death of year reported

The first Maryland heat-related death of 2013 happened in Howard County, state authorities announced Wednesday.

Wednesday - 07/03/2013, 05:15pm EDT

Tags: heat, heat deaths, heat stroke

Girl, 8, takes a liking to governor's job

She didn't run for office. She's not even old enough to vote. But 8-year-old Genea Harrison, of Hyattsville, was Maryland's Governor for a Day.

Tuesday - 07/02/2013, 08:26pm EDT

Tags: Genea Harrison, Governor for a Day, Martin OMalley

In Maryland, an extreme step against car theft

If you're worried about your car being stolen, the Maryland State Police have a program that will help combat theft - but it carries some risk.

Sunday - 06/30/2013, 03:52pm EDT

Tags: car theft, Watch Your Car

Rising seas, sinking land put Maryland's waterfront communities at risk

Noah Bradshaw knows what the rising waters of the Chesapeake Bay can do to a community. The 68-year-old city inspector grew up in a house in town that had been moved from nearby Holland Island a century ago.

Friday - 06/28/2013, 08:11am EDT

Tags: Capital News Service, global warming, climate change, rising water, Chesapeake, Chesapeake Bay, superstorm Sandy, Brandon Goldner,

Woman dies after being rescued from burning home

Thursday - 05/23/2013, 01:09pm EDT

Tags: Crofton, fire, death, fatal fire

Baltimore resident hiring bill gets preliminary OK

The Baltimore City Council has given a preliminary approval to a bill that would require local hiring for contractors.

Tuesday - 05/14/2013, 01:21pm EDT

Tags: Baltimore, contractor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Former head of Frederick work center out of jail

The former director of a shuttered workplace for developmentally disabled adults in Frederick is out of jail.

Monday - 05/13/2013, 12:47pm EDT

Tags: Jeanne Dalaba, Jeanne Bussard Center, Frederick,

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