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The case of a Maryland UPS driver is providing a legal backdrop to efforts by state lawmakers to aid pregnant women in the workplace.
A bill to change who is in charge of Prince George's County's public schools is proceeding in Annapolis over the objections of the school board.
Montgomery County residents have been paying an extra 5 cents for every bag they take home from stores since 2012. Now lawmakers will take a look at tweaking the law and perhaps creating exceptions.
Gridlock is nothing new to residents of Chevy Chase and Bethesda, Md. who can spend a lot of time trying to get from their side streets across Connecticut Avenue. So it's not surprising to see green signs protesting proposed development popping up along the busy commuter route.
The Prince George's County school board is tearing into County Executive Rushern Baker for his proposed school takeover plan.
Parents concerned about what their teenagers access on the Internet may have more reason to worry. A new Pew survey shows some teens are accessing the Web primarily via mobile device.
This group of riders is named for the 26 children and adults who were killed in the Sandy Hook school shootings in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14, 2012.
There's bad news and good news in the flu world.
Maryland Delegate Jon S. Cardin is putting forth a bill that would make publicly posted cyberbullying a crime in Maryland, thus closing the loophole that exempts harmful material transmitted via social media websites.
Shelters around the country and in the D.C. region say the need for spaying and neutering pets is clear. There are just too many animals for too few homes.