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A surviving victim of a brutal ax attack had plenty to say to her assailant just before he was sentenced Wednesday.
A Maryland doctor is being charged with operating a pill mill out of his office in Rockville, and prosecutors say one person died after using methadone the doctor provided.
The Obama administration is preparing to dump illegal immigrant juveniles in one of the nation's most prominent sanctuary counties in Maryland just weeks after Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley reportedly begged the White House not to ship illegal immigrants to his state.
Scores of Baltimore-area religious leaders held an interfaith prayer vigil for unaccompanied children who arrived in Maryland after fleeing violence in their home countries.
Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, who will depart Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration as the governor's second term ends in January, will be the new associate dean for public health practice and training.
Three-star Virginia recruit Mike Majette talks with Testudo Times about his commitment to Maryland and his transition from playing quarterback to cornerback.
Center for Children, an outpatient mental health clinic for children and adults, needs mentors 21 and older for youths ages 4 to 18 with a parent in prison, on probation or on parole.
On July 28, 2014, the Maryland Transit Administration and Maryland Department of Transportation issued the final request for proposals for a public-private partnership to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the "Purple Line" light rail transit project using an availability payment approach.
Developers broke ground Tuesday on a new commercial and residential project in Downtown Columbia, a key component of major redevelopment plan for the Howard County town.
The General Services Administration released its long-anticipated list of sites it says could accommodate the federal law enforcement agency.
Closing arguments in the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office detective's trial for an off-duty road rage murder were expected today.
A Maryland man who nearly lost a leg and his life to a flesh-eating bacterial infection he contracted in Chesapeake Bay, has been released from hospital, a spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
The federal government has named three sites as finalists for the new FBI headquarters - two in suburban Maryland and one in northern Virginia.
As various states and local governments continue to pressure railroad companies that transport crude oil on safety and transparency issues, railroad executives have argued that disclosing information about hazardous rail shipments poses a security risk and should be protected proprietary information.
The Maryland SPCA is hoping the public will help fund a life-changing surgery for a cocker spaniel-beagle mix who was found badly injured in Baltimore.
Here's a sign that summer is winding down: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels is offering its last boater safety course of the season.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:56 am
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