Baltimore Police say five people have been shot in a west Baltimore neighborhood.
Billions of dollars worth of income once destined for tax collectors in Virginia, Maryland and the greater District of Columbia has instead bankrolled official government business elsewhere as new statistics highlight migration patterns among money-makers out of the mid-Atlantic.
Metro says three of its rail stations will be closed this weekend for work.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has increased in popularity among state residents, as more people begin to make up their mind about the Republican governor, a new Goucher College poll released Monday found.
A Washington hospital says a patient who died after an altercation with security guards had not been officially discharged and was being escorted back to the hospital when the interaction occurred.
Police say a 13-year-old Maryland boy known for appearing in his family’s video blog and his own YouTube posts about playing the game Minecraft died after a medical emergency.
They say you can never go home again, but actor Patrick Wilson has done precisely that for his new film “Big Stone Gap.” “We settled there a couple hundred years ago,” Mr. Wilson told The Washington Times of the eponymous town of Big Stone Gap, Virginia, where he and his brother would return for summers to visit their grandparents. A road and a bridge in town even bear his family name.
‘Both our people and equipment are overwhelmed on a daily basis.”
The White House is announcing the designation of two new National Marine Sanctuaries — the first chosen in 15 years — as part of President Barack Obama’s efforts to protect the environment.
GOP presidential hopeful John Kasich is set to visit swing-state Virginia.
Stevie Wonder took the opening moments of his concert at Washington, D.C.’s Verizon Center Saturday evening to call attention to the ongoing epidemic of gun violence in America, as exemplified by the mass shooting at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College in the town of Roseburg last week.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan rescinded the state of emergency in eight counties Friday as weather predictions say Hurricane Joaquin is expected to hit off the East Coast. The state of emergency still remains for 15 counties and Baltimore City, as the governor warns residents of potential flooding from heavy rains.