Top News: Fatal Collision, Dobbin House May be Sold and More
County Executives get tough on utility companies, while residents deal with a water shortage and utility scam.
Baltimore County Police arrested three people in connection with the June shooting of a teenager in Marriottsville. Police also shot and killed one man during the arrests.
Howard County police said they dug up the remains of Christine Jarrett, former resident of the Claire Drive house, under a shed in the backyard.
In planning future of Belmont estate, Ken Ulman said the house wasn't needed.
A Columbia teenager was killed in a 3 a.m. collision on Thursday night, alcohol may have been involved.
Report: No Drugs or Alcohol Found in Body of Man Killed by Trooper
The mother of Daryl Berry, a Columbia native, wonders why Pennsylvania State Police have not released information related to the shooting death of her son.
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler warns Marylanders of a scam promising federal utility bill grants.
The county says a "technical error" caused two schools to fail in meeting goals for special education students, and the state will recalculate.
County Executives from across the state are urging Maryland's utility regulatory authority to take a closer look at how utilities do business during severe weather, and what they can do to be better prepared.
A voluntary request for residents to use less water could turn into a mandatory water use restriction while crews in Baltimore County work on one of the two major water delivery routes to Howard County.