| Apr 24, 2012
| 9:57 AM
The sun is out and skies are blue Tuesday, and that must mean the nor'easter that wetted the region this weekend has passed.
The storm's precipitation was much-needed, though it didn't solve all of the state's drought problems in one fell swoop.
| Apr 30, 2012
| 3:00 AM
The State Board of Education was right to reject Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold's attempt to evade the spirit of a law that prevents local jurisdictions from slacking off in their support for public schools. Protest though he might that he had...
| May 2, 2012
| 8:50 AM
Federal wildlife officials are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the conviction of the person who killed a pair of bald eagles in Talbot County last Monday.
The carcasses were found by a resident near the intersection of Kitty's...
| Mar 11, 2009
Go here: Locals call Easton in Talbot County the "Hamptons of the Chesapeake Bay" because of its eclectic arts scene. Throughout the year, you can check out live music, performing arts and gallery events. There's even a film festival. Summer is a fabulous...
| Oct 2, 2009
One minute Eric Foster was touting cheese-making as a way to put the endangered family dairy farm on easy street. The next, his wife, Holly, was elbow deep in a vat of curds and whey, struggling to keep their morning's work from literally going down the...
| Jul 21, 2010
| 9:34 AM
Maryland authorities say an 11-year-old Pennsylvania boy injured in a personal watercraft accident has died from his injuries. Maryland Natural Resources Police spokesman Sgt. Art Windemuth said Tuesday that Joseph Daniels of York, Pa., was injured in a...
| Aug 31, 2010
| 3:48 PM
Another article in a series about the people and the jobs that define a Maryland summer.
Amanda Clougherty takes a step back and surveys rows of pumpkins, tomatoes and watermelons splayed across tables inside the 4-H building at the Timonium Fairgrounds....
| Apr 10, 2005
There were warning signs in the months before 11-year-old Arthur Lee Wiley became deathly ill.
The severely disabled boy was kept in bed so long he moaned in pain. He suffered a broken leg for reasons no one has ever determined.
By February 2002, his...
| May 16, 2004
Lawrence E. Leak
When Lawrence E. Leak's mother went to register her two seventh-grade sons in the fall of 1965, Queen Anne's County officials automatically signed them up at Kennard High School, the county's historically "colored" secondary school.