Monday Mar 10
The Baltimore Sun
Shale study should stick to timeline [Commentary]
In 2011, Governor Martin O'Malley issued an executive order giving the state departments of the environment and of natural resources a clear directive: Determine whether and how natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale in Maryland can be realized without unacceptable risk to public health, safety, the environment and natural resources.
Climate shift sows seeds of change in Montgomery County
Images from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and National Arbor Day Foundation show that climate zones, which categorize areas by climate markers such as temperature and average rainfall, have been shifting northward in recent years, changing where plants and pests can survive.
Book Review: 'Twelve to Murder: a Mac Faraday Mystery':...
The murder of a wealthy middle-aged couple in their home in Deep Creek Lake, MD, opens up several cans of worms involving Hollywood celebrities.
Winter Weather Brings WISP Resort Its Best Season In Years
Maryland's one and only ski resort is enjoying one of its best seasons in years.
Memorial planned for Bowie man found dead after fire
A memorial is planned Feb. 20 for a Bowie man found dead in his college rental home after it was destroyed by a fire at about 5 a.m. Friday.
Developers Indicted in $3.7M Fraud
Juggling five aliases and seven phony businesses , two Maryland developers were able to pull off a two-and-a-half-year property shuffle that netted them nearly $4 million, federal authorities say.