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Patch met with Miss Annapolis, Jade Kenny, at a recent event at the Visitor's Bureau where she tasted a new Chesapeake Bay flavored ice cream.
If Mohammad Rahro, 91, had gone to just any senior center in Maryland, chances are he would not have encountered someone who remembered the headmaster with four wives who rode to school each day on a beloved white donkey.
By Patch Staff It was a big week for Maryland, with a visit by the first lady and a heads up for a sixth casino in the state.
Eight Western Maryland Student Historians Receive Special Awards at the 2013 Maryland History Competition 5/12/2013 Eight Western Maryland Student Historians Receive Special Awards at the 2013 Maryland History Competition About 550 talented middle and high students, along with their proud parents and teachers, converged on the campus of the ... (more)
By Nicole Macon, Capital News Service When Margie Weaver accepted a job in North Bethesda, she didn't think much about driving 42 miles from her home in Unionville to her workplace-until a trip she thought would take her about 45 minutes took up to two and a half hours in traffic on Interstate 270.
Two sponsors of the Maryland Correctional Officers' Bill of Rights are defending the 2010 law against FBI criticism that it was ineffective in deterring alleged corruption at a state-run Baltimore jail.
Two patients in Maryland go to the hospital for an identical procedure. If they both go to the same hospital, they will face the same charges.
This image provided by Thomas Saenz, shows Saenz near the tarmac at Kabul International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Two of the most controversial bills Maryland state lawmakers grappled with this session became law Thursday.
Marylanders by the dozens turned over unwanted firearms to police in the first statewide "Gun Turn-In Day," sponsored by Attorney General Doug Gansler.
Findings from a Pentagon survey on sexual assault in the military, which triggered outrage about what the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff calls a "crisis," may be based on scanty response rates, questionable data and broad definitions of what constitutes abuse.
That figure compares with the latest national rate of 7.5 percent and is a tenth lower than the March number for Maryland.
Historically, herds of elk roamed across most of the United States and Canada, but the Eastern elk - the only subspecies found east of the Mississippi River - was extirpated in the 19th century.
The HOPE initiative, a program started by the administration of Gov. Martin O'Malley to preserve homeownership by helping prevent foreclosures, was awarded the Maryland Access to Justice Commission's Executive Branch Award for 2013.
What's so great about being nice? Nice never got anybody anywhere, right? If that's true, Marylanders are going places.
A suspect in a Prince George's County, Maryland shooting on Thursday suddenly jumped on a nearby fire truck and stripped out of his clothes before he was captured.