| Aug 28, 2013
| 4:26 PM
A list on a news and opinion website that ranked Hagerstown among the 15 worst cities to have a baby is rankling local leaders, who called the survey flawed and meaningless.
They aren’t alone.
Sean Mussenden, a lecturer at the University of...
| Aug 29, 2013
| 1:33 PM
Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site.
Dwight Morrow (N.J.) athlete Juwann Winfree made his way down to Maryland on Sunday, something he...
| Sep 1, 2013
| 6:39 PM
Tristan Prejean, a recent graduate of Heritage Academy, was named the Washington County winner in the 11th annual Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholars competition.
The statewide scholarship program is aimed at supporting promising high school seniors...
| Sep 3, 2013
| 3:29 AM
Unlike places such as Montana or Texas with their never-ending skies and wide-open plains, Maryland rewards those who stop and take a closer look. It's a state where views may be best appreciated at the level of an extravagantly petaled flower or detailed...
| Sep 4, 2013
| 3:25 AM
Boy Scout Troop 832 of Timonium has reason to be proud. The troop has an entire Scout patrol whose members started their Boy Scout journey together and completed it together as Eagle Scouts. The six members of the Cobra patrol, Clayton Cuddington,...
| Aug 29, 2013
| 2:56 PM
Stefanie Trop decided to live in Butchers Hill, a 7-minute walk from the Johns Hopkins medical campus, because all her friends live and work in the city and she didn't want to drive to school.
"It's not always the most pleasant walk; it's not very...
| Jul 28, 2013
| 1:54 PM
The Tri-State Farm Toy Collectors Club recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Benjamin M. Seibert.
Seibert, a graduate of Williamsport High School, plans to attend the University of Maryland in College Park and major in environmental engineering....
| Jul 26, 2013
| 3:52 PM
An O'Malley administration plan to lend $240,000 to a Towson sports bar to finance its expansion is raising questions about the role of government in promoting economic development.
This week, the Board of Public Works opted to delay deciding whether to...
| Jul 13, 2013
| 5:00 AM
Drowsy from watching hours of unedited World War II film footage, Ray Begovich snapped to attention when one eight-second snippet flashed before him.
Begovich, a journalism professor at Franklin College in Indiana, was visiting the National Archives...
| Aug 6, 2013
| 10:00 AM
Mixed news for Maryland's LGBT high schoolers looking to attend one of the nation's most LGBT-friendly colleges: They'll have to head out of state.
As part of its annual rankings book, Princeton Review rated the 20 most LGBT-friendly colleges and...
| Aug 9, 2013
| 5:51 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — This Atlantic hurricane season may not be quite as busy as federal forecasters once thought, but they still warn of an unusually active and potentially dangerous few months to come.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric...