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A burger chain that has been a favorite of Midwestern diners for decades is about to expand into Maryland.
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More warning signs have been posted and lights have been changed to give pedestrians more time to safely cross U.S. 1 in College Park after three pedestrians, including two students, were struck by drivers in fatal accidents in 2014.
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By Sherri Lonon and Elizabeth Janney Look to the skies tonight, July 11, to witness the return of the Supermoon.
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A state panel developing recommendations for hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in western Maryland is making progress toward a final report this fall.
A group of Maryland taxicab companies and drivers is suing Uber, accusing the car-sharing service of violating the state's antitrust laws.
Baltimore's B&O Railroad Museum is putting a 217-ton steam locomotive aboard a train to its new home with the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in Cumberland.
The western Maryland town of Hancock is rescinding an ordinance that put time limits on front-yard campaign signs after the American Civil Liberties Union objected on First Amendment grounds.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C. announced today it had found insufficient evidence to charge officers who shot and killed Miriam Carey last October.
The Maryland Public Service Commission convened its annual hearing for utility companies to report on their contracts with diverse suppliers.
The Maryland Environmental Service says tap water at a state prison on the Eastern Shore is safe to drink after the discovery of coliform bacteria in the water supply earlier this month.
A blind and hearing impaired Bowie woman, who was already part of a lawsuit against the Maryland election board alleging disabled voters' rights were curtailed, has filed a new complaint.
Gustavo Torres, second from left, executive director, CASA de Maryland, leads a march through Lafayette Park in Washington on Monday toward the White House following a news conference of immigrant families and children's advocates responding to the President Barack Obama's response to the crisis of unaccompanied children and families illegally ... (more)
A few months ago, a Gallup poll found that 47 percent of Marylanders would like to leave the state, mostly likely because they think taxes are too high.
UPDATE - Much of the state is under a severe thunderstorm watch Wednesday evening.
Howard County is getting some high marks from Yale University's Center for Food Policy and Obesity, recognizing the district's wellness policy.
These were among reports received by the Calvert County Sheriff's Office and the Maryland State Police.
The director of a Maryland summer camp where a violent storm knocked down several trees, killing one child and injuring several others, said Wednesday that he is proud of how his staff handled the situation.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 01:33 pm
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