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This Indoor Train Park Hiding In Maryland Proves There’s Still A Kid In All Of Us
Festive train displays pop up all throughout Maryland during the holiday season. There’s one in particular that is a must-see for locals each year. You know it’s Christmastime in Towson when the Shops at Kenilworth displays its annual train garden.
13-Year-Old Maryland Girl Says Cops Detained Her, Called Her A Slur For Riding Her Bike
A Maryland mother who says her daughter was called a slur by a police officer wants action. According to The Capital Gazette, Amy Brown alleges her 13-year-old daughter Jayda, who is mixed, was called the slur by a plainclothes police officer while riding her bike near their Millersville, Maryland h
Woman shot in armed robbery at Exxon gas station in Frederick, Maryland
FREDERICK, Md. – A woman was shot during an armed robbery at a gas station in Frederick, Maryland on Thursday night. Around 9:40 p.m., police responded to a CVS in the 400 block of Jefferson Street. When they arrived, they found the victim suffering from a gunshot wound.
Mayor Pugh, Maryland Gov. Hogan won't attend White House event once planned as Trump visit to Baltimore
What was once planned as a Baltimore-based event for President Donald Trump to discuss urban revitalization has turned into a White House meeting on Wednesday with two confirmed Marylanders — neither of them elected officials.
The Winter Village In Maryland That Will Enchant You Beyond Words
So many Christmas attractions in Maryland and such a limited amount of time. Today we’re featuring one that’s worth adding to your list. Come for the lights, Santa, and of course… hot cocoa!
Police: Woman killed near Maryland social services office
Police in Maryland say a woman has been shot and killed inside a car near a state social services office in Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun reports city police say officers responded Thursday to a reported shooting near the Harborview Family Investment Center and found the 25-year-old woman with severa
DC Attorney General Accuses 6 Maryland Families of Lying About Addresses to Attend DC Schools for Free
D.C.’s attorney general filed lawsuits against six Maryland families accusing them of defrauding the D.C. government by lying about where they lived in order to get their kids into high-demand public schools without paying tuition.
Dance Review: “The Nutcracker” at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Wondrously choreographed and directed by Dianna Cuatto, Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s production of “The Nutcracker” is spirited after the original, including the classic composition by Tchaikovsky. This performance is artfully presented in poetic motion, pleasing to audiences of all ages. It’s refre
Washington AG accuses 6 Maryland families of tuition fraud
WASHINGTON (AP) — The attorney general of Washington, D.C., is suing six Maryland families, accusing them of defrauding the district's government by lying about where they lived in order to get their children into high-demand public schools without paying tuition.
The Maryland Park With A Waterfall Stairway Is Heaven On Earth
Calling all adventurers! Have you been to Maryland’s most impressive waterfall? Swallow Falls State Park is home to this breathtaking natural wonder and it also provides a sprawling stairway where you can experience the best views. Check out this neat spot that’s also pretty easy to get to. Bring th
Police tow Maryland man's car after stopping to help victims in fatal crash
Police tow Maryland man's car after stopping to help victims in fatal crash. When a car in front of him went out of control, flipping into a ravine off Suitland Parkway on Sunday night, Benjamin Davis III could've driven by. But he says he knew people needed help. So he stopped.
Maryland man charged with injuring four people in DUI accident
MARTINSBURG — A Frederick, Maryland, man was charged after injuring four people while allegedly driving under the influence. Pedro Hernandez Marquez, 48, of Cheryls Court, was arraigned Wednesday in Jefferson County Magistrate Court on four misdemeanor charges of DUI causing bodily injury and failur
Spicy Beef: Makers Of Maryland’s Old Bay Sues Pittsburgh New Bae Seasoning Company
A Maryland company which produces one of the most beloved spices among seafood lovers is suing a Pittsburgh company for completing biting their style. McCormick & Co., which makes the popular Old Bay seasoning, filed suit against Primal Palate for their flip of the spice known as New Bae for obvious
1 Arrested in Abduction, Sex Assault of Maryland Woman; 2nd Suspect Sought
One of two men sought in the abduction and sexual assault of a Maryland woman last week is in custody, but the manhunt for the second suspect continues. Nick Savoy, 25, of Southeast D.C. turned himself in to police in Roanoke, Virginia, Tuesday. Police are searching for 29-year-old Mark Blue of the
Larry Hogan's $61.5 million 'nowhere' highway project gets underway in western Maryland
“Yup.” A traffic roundabout near the intersection of Routes 40 Alternate and 219, where not much happens? Where there never seems to be anything you could call traffic? Someone at the county roads office must have made a mistake.
Maryland advocates call on Gov. Larry Hogan to support clean energy bill
Maryland clean energy advocates are calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to support a bill that would double the state's commitment to renewable energy. This latest push of support for the Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Act comes after Hogan, along with Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, penned an opinion piece for th
Flood Watch In Effect For Parts Of Maryland Friday Evening Into Weekend
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A flood watch was issued for parts of Maryland Thursday by the National Weather Service. The flood watch is in effect from Friday evening through Saturday afternoon for several areas in Maryland, including Baltimore, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County, St. Mary’s County and mor
Where are America’s safest cities to call home? Maryland town tops the list
Can’t decide where to put down roots? If you’re looking for a safe spot to avoid natural disasters, identity theft or burglary, you might want to buy a home in Columbia, Maryland. The city was just named the country’s safest place in America.
Maryland winner of June 26 $1 Million Mega Millions prize yet to come forward
WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - Maryland Lottery officials say they are yet to hear from the winner of the June 26 $1 Million Mega Millions drawing -- and they have less than a month left to come forward.
VIDEO: Bomb Threats Reported Across the United States and Southern Maryland
On Thursday, December 13, at approximately 2:10 p.m., police responded to Exploration Drive, in Lexington Park for the reported bomb threat. At least one bomb threat was also reported in Charles County.