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Maryland softball falls short vs. Virginia, 7-1
After starting perfect at home with a 4-0 performance over the weekend, Maryland softball came up short against Virginia on Tuesday, as the Cavaliers pulled away late for a 7-1 win in College Park.
Which Team Should Maryland Root for in Tonight's Play-In Game?
Maryland freshman point guard Eric Ayala admitted Tuesday that he and his teammates might’ve taken beating Nebraska for granted last week. The Terps, as head coach Mark Turgeon said afterward, “weren’t mentally in it”, and as a result, they were bounced after one game in the Big Ten Tournament for t
No Vote On Sports Betting In Maryland
Legal sports betting has gone bust in Maryland with the state’s General Assembly not taking up the legislation this session. With two years of failure to get betting across the finish line, the earliest legal wagering could be authorized is 2021, likely in a statewide referendum.
West Virginia man who died in 2017 is linked to rapes, killing in Maryland, police say
A West Virginia man who died in 2017 has been linked to two cold cases in Maryland where he allegedly raped two women and killed one of them more than two decades ago, authorities said.
Trump accused of violating emoluments clauses by D.C. and Maryland attorneys general
A federal appeals court heard arguments in President Trump’s emoluments lawsuit. The attorneys general of Maryland and Washington, D.C., accused Trump of violating the Constitution’s emoluments clauses in their lawsuit filed in 2017.
How DNA From a 200-Year-Old Pipe Connects Maryland and Sierra Leone
Maryland Route 178, also known as Generals Highway, is an eight-mile thoroughfare loosely connecting Baltimore and Annapolis. Before it had exits for shopping malls, the historic road was used by George Washington for his journey from New York to Annapolis, which was the capital of the United States
Showcasing the Southern Maryland Youth Basketball League
Friday, St. Mary’s College of Maryland once again opened up its Michael P. O’Brien Athletics and Recreation Center arena to the Southern Maryland Youth Basketball League for a night of celebration that featured basketball, cheerleading and awards.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan blasts crumbling conditions on Baltimore-Washington Parkway
LANDOVER, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - Maryland Governor Larry Hogan blasted the federal government over the crumbling conditions on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway Monday. The parkway has so many potholes they’ve lowered the speed limit, yet accidents keep happening. Now, there are new concerns if repairs wil
CCBC and and Maryland School of Nursing launch dual-admission partnership
The University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) and the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) campuses in both Essex and Catonsville, Maryland, have launched an agreement of dual admission that will enable a smooth transition from CCBC’s Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program to UMSON
Opinion: After 20 Years, Unique Maryland Campus Stands Tall as Visionary Higher Ed Model
As incredible as it sounds, we’re already fast approaching the milestone year of 2020. Many in our region will be using the occasion to take a look back on the various decisions that state and local officials have made in past years and decades to plan for future success. We would submit that one ve
Maryland man admits to stealing lawn tractors, UTVs from Western Pa. dealerships
A Maryland man admitted to stealing riding lawn mowers and utility terrain vehicles from dealerships in Western Pennsylvania, then returning to his home state to sell them, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
$250,000 Homes in Maryland, Virginia and Ohio
A third-floor condominium in a 1925 building, with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The Roland Park Condominium is made up of five connected five-story brick-and-stucco buildings, each with its own elevator. The complex is in the Roland Park neighborhood, an early planned community, next to the Baltim
Man Dressed As Unicorn Accused Of Robbing Maryland Convenience Store
Baltimore County police received an odd call about a burglary at a High's convenience store in Baldwin, Maryland over the weekend. They were told that a man in a unicorn costume ran into the store and demanded money from an employee behind the counter. The costumed man used a crowbar to smash the ca
Preseason All-PBR MD Second Team
We are proud to release our Preseason All-PBR Maryland Teams. Over 100 players in all are highlighted on these lists. All well-deserved, and there are plenty more who just missed out.
Student’s Exhibit Uncovers Racist Past at Maryland Institute College of Art
Research conducted by a student exhibit at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore has uncovered examples of racism in the college’s history and developed an exhibit to showcases her findings.
You’ll Always Get Your Money’s Worth At This Maryland Ice Cream Shop With Enormous Portions
There’s nothing worse than ordering food and then receiving the tiniest of portions. Be assured, that will never happen at the following soft serve stand in Maryland. Livvy’s SoftServe is known for their unique flavors, mountainous portions, and of course, happy and satisfied customers. Next time yo
Maryland health ratings: Garrett 15, Allegany 20
CUMBERLAND — Garrett County is 15th and Allegany 20th in a ranking of Maryland’s healthiest counties. Montgomery County tops the list of 24 counties released Tuesday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Baltimore City is last.
Could Maryland Gov. Hogan be alternative to Trump? (Editorial)
What’s an old-school conservative Republican to do in the age of President Donald Trump?. Hope Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan seeks the party’s presidential nomination, that’s what. Or that former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld’s tentative campaign takes flight. Or both.
College of Southern Maryland softball aiming for success this spring
Becca Collins will lead the College of Southern Maryland’s softball team this year in her inaugural season as head coach of the Hawks. For the last three years, Collins has been a part of the program as an assistant coach and, in her first year at the helm, is hoping to improve upon last year’s over
Breaking news blog post: Radford women to visit No. 3 Maryland
The Radford women's basketball team was awarded a No. 14 seed and will visit No. 3 Maryland in the first round of the NCAA tournament at 11 a.m. Saturday. The game will air on ESPN2.