Saturday May 11
Maryland hills alive with history
That was an incredulous colleague after I vaguely mentioned taking a trip to the mountain side of the Old Line State to check out the area's museums.
The Baltimore Sun
Md. National Guard preparing final Afghan deployment
As the Maryland National Guard prepares for what could be its final deployment to Afghanistan , its commander sees a "pivotal point" in the nation's history.
Urbana Elementary School educator named Frederick County Teacher of the Year
Karl Kidd, 28, almost went to medical school instead of teaching, but, instead, he wore a homemade crown with pride this week.
REMINDER! GRN and Travel Grant Submission Deadline May 9, 2013
The 2013 Graduate Research Network is an annual forum at the Computers and Writing Conference to connect researchers with other researchers and discussion leaders in the field.
Big News Network.com
Fatal Frostburg fire caused by electrical problem
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140 Pounds Of Suspected Marijuana Found In Car
Maryland State Police arrested two Baltimore women after they say troopers found nearly 140 pounds of suspected marijuana in their car.
Police Seize Nearly 140 Pounds of Marijuana During Traffic Stop In Frostburg
Two people are behind bars after police say they found nearly 140 pounds of what they believe to be marijuana in their possession.
Real Estate Weekly - 4/26/13
The Communications Action Network is hosting the Baltimore-Washington region's first-ever affordable communities Parade of Homes on May 18, 2013, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Communities throughout Washington, D.C., suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia will open their doors to the public.
The Baltimore Sun
PSC approves wind-farm project in Western Md.
Maryland regulators have approved a 24-turbine "wind farm" project to be built near Frostburg, the third land-based project in the state.