The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday awarded Maryland $144,202 towards the state’s wetlands program.
Maryland lawmakers join voting rights advocates in push to change proposed Baltimore County redistricting plan
State lawmakers have joined the ACLU of Maryland and the Baltimore County NAACP in calling for changes to the redistricting plan proposed by the Baltimore County Redistricting Commission.
Ahead of the launch of Towson’s new free circulator buses Tuesday, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. signaled that the Towson Loop project will be the first of many improvements to the county’s transportation services.
Yesterday, the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center launched new maps and data tracking the impact of COVID-19 in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
Longtime Stoneleigh and Rodgers Forge residents may remember the commercial building at York Road and Regester Avenue as the home of Purdum Pharmacy, a no-frills drug store where penny candy really only cost a penny. In recent years, it housed a dry-cleaning establishment on the south end.
Consumers today have more renewable choices for their home energy, like community solar and third-party energy, if solar panels are a no-go at your place.
Community solar and third-party energy are different products and by far, the top question asked about both of these “renewable energy” options is how does the renewable energy get to my house?
Capital News Service — In 2016, Nicholas Fletcher said, he was in the process of moving out of his Baltimore home when several bats migrating from his neighbor’s bat-infested house swept in through the chimney and into his basement.
As Fletcher was ushering the winged creatures from his home, he was bitten on his left foot leaving a faint but potentially life-threatening red mark.
When some residents of Baltimore’s Pigtown community first suggested the area should have a gateway sculpture to welcome visitors, skeptics said that would happen “when pigs fly.”
Seven years later, the community is celebrating the completion of “Pigtown,” a 36-foot-tall, pig-shaped weathervane sculpture that marks a gateway to the Pigtown community in southwest Baltimore while also showing which way the wind is blowing.
Want a souvenir from The Johns Hopkins Club?
Starting Friday, Alex Cooper Auctioneers will be selling furniture, artwork and other items from the club as the Johns Hopkins University moves ahead with a “major” renovation of its longtime building on the Homewood campus.
A total of 139,037 COVID-19 booster shots have been administered to Marylanders as of Friday morning.