City police say two men are responsible for the death of Foghound bassist and Baltimore Tattoo Museum piercer James Forrester, and both are shown walking near his murder scene in surveillance footage.
Baltimore County police evacuated their entire Woodlawn precinct Thursday night after three officers fell ill from coming into contact with heroin’s more potent cousin, fentanyl.
In a first, Anne Arundel County’s government is giving families some holiday debt relief for unpaid school breakfasts and lunches.
Homeowners can use simple de-icing choices, along with a few tricks, to keep sidewalks and driveways safe while also mitigating harm to plants, pets and waterways.
A judge has given the city two months to stop enforcing its 300-foot barrier ordinance that bars Baltimore food trucks from setting up near similar brick-and-mortar restaurants.
Unlike in past years, the city won’t be auctioning off homes this year if their owners owe more than $750 in unpaid water bills.
Seven Maryland lawmakers have asked the state forego building a high-speed train route through their towns in Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties.
James Forrester, a piercer at Fells Point’s Baltimore Tattoo Museum and longtime bassist, was fatally shot near his workplace last night, according to city police.
Maryland’s governor is banking on the Beltway and outer interstates as the keys to improving commuter transportation in Maryland.