Calvert County News
The Calvert County Commissioners have ordered a mandatory evacuation of homes within 100 feet of the cliffs along the Chesapeake Bay as Hurricane Irene moves into southern Maryland.
Calvert County officials say they have closed county offices because of the earthquake.
Natural Resources police say a man has died after being knocked off a personal watercraft in the Chesapeake Bay.
The Calvert County Sheriff's office is looking for a man they say placed a scanning/skimming device on a SunTrust Bank ATM last week, stealing thousands from customers.
Some local teens agreed to drive for a whole year with a special camera mounted inside their car, and the safety study led to some interesting findings.
E-readers are popular gizmos, but they can be pretty expensive. But now, you don't have to buy one to use one. Some local libraries will let you borrow them and take them home for a while.
The Governor Thomas Johnson Memorial Bridge needs improvements, but there are big questions about design and cost.
Residents of southern Maryland have some of the nastiest commutes not just in the area, but the entire country, and some local leaders are hoping to change that.
The National Weather Service is confirming that two tornadoes touched down in western Maryland.
Four people were pulled from the Chesapeake Bay after their boat capsized Friday.
In the wake of the nuclear crisis in Japan, officials with a nuclear power plant that sits about 50 miles southeast of D.C have some things they want area residents to know.
A $2 million dollar home along the Patuxent River has been reduced to rubble after a chimney fire caused its roof to collapse.
A bill that would offer in-state tuition breaks to undocumented immigrants in Maryland is provoking emotional appeals on both sides of the issue.
Suburban Maryland counties had the state's biggest population growth over the last decade, and Hispanic residents represented the largest increase, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Wednesday.
A cold front moving through the area Tuesday will dump as much as three inches of rain on the D.C. region.
Western Prince William Del. Bob Marshall says disabled children are God's punishment to women who have aborted their first pregnancy.