Baltimore residents and tourists will now have access to free wireless Internet service at the Inner Harbor.
Montgomery County’s newly minted parks director has canceled a 24-year-old festival because it coincides with the holiest day on the Jewish calendar, angering some fans of the annual event.
Goucher College is the first to consider a video as the primary piece of a prospective student’s application.
A Maryland court has weighed in on a dispute over the state boundaries of Virginia and Maryland along the Potomac River.
The first case of the West Nile virus was reported in Maryland last week, and state health officials don’t think it will be the last.
Advocacy groups say hundreds of Maryland and Virginia voters may have cast two ballots, one in each state.
C.J. Brown couldn’t get his arm going Saturday, so he used his legs.
Maryland wide receiver Levern Jacobs and free safety A.J. Hendy have been suspended for the season for violating the school’s student code of conduct.
A federal judge has ruled that one unlucky hostess accused of stealing a list of high-rolling clients from a Maryland casino where she used to work and using it to recruit business to another casino cannot contact the gamblers until further notice.
Hundreds of motorcycles are traveling across parts of western Maryland and northern Virginia as part of a Sept. 11 anniversary event.