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Sixty years ago, a glowing egg-shaped object was spotted above Loch Raven Reservoir. The case is still unsolved.

Normally by this time of year, Western Maryland would be blanketed with oranges, reds and yellows of autumn foliage. But a rainy and hot summer and fall mean that color has appeared mostly in brief pockets.

Jackson Dean Nicholson, publicly, doesn’t use his last name. “Jack Nicholson” is taken. “Jackson Nicholson” is a mouthful, not to mention he found another musician already using it, a heavy-metal artist jamming in his room. And Arundel’s “Jackson Dean” is anything but that.

A sea cucumber that looks like a headless chicken has been caught on video in the deep seas near East Antarctica, thousands of miles from where one of the species was last spotted.

Five things to know about an alleged nameless gang police believe to be a serious distributor of heroin and fentanyl in the Annapolis area.

Dues alone won’t keep your chapter financially sound. How long could your chapter survive if you had no dues revenue? Learn how to increase your chapter’s financial stability.

Drivers on what's being called the world's longest sea bridge will have the experience of seeming to plunge underwater in two spots, where artificial islands house openings for a four-mile tunnel.

A man was shot after tring to break into a D.C. TV station.

As tuition and fees at four-year institutions continue to rise, Maryland students are fundraising online with platforms such as GoFundMe to help bridge the gap. Some are also looking to hold down the amount of debt they'll have to pay off after graduation.

Maryland got the sixth-most votes among Big Ten teams in the AP men's basketball poll released Monday.

Our monthly installment of "Baltimore Forward" showcases different people, projects, organizations, and businesses that are placing Greater Baltimore on the ...

On Monday, Hurricane Willa was approaching the Mexican coast as a Category 5 storm, but by Friday, its remnants could bring winds and erosion to Maryland beaches and the season's first snow in the Appalachians.

Thousands of mostly Central American migrants have crossed into Mexico with hopes of reaching the U.S. But Trump doesn't like it, and he's threatening to punish the countries they come from.

When I first moved to Maryland, the need to get involved with the affairs of government became pretty apparent and the Maryland Chamber was an excellent vehicle for the business community. #businessleader #jamisondoor #johnwilliams

The new epicenter of the outbreak is the Beni Health Zone in which 66% of the new cases have been reported since September.

Not quite thriving, not quite distressed and ignored by policymakers, middle neighborhoods look to community development groups for support and stability. A look at the programs that can improve outcomes in these precarious places.

Farouk Dey, vice provost for integrative learning and life design, discusses the skills students should learn before launching their careers

On May 2, 2018, the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act was signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy. That Act, which requires all employers to provide paid sic

Research shows that people with mentors tend to perform better, earn higher salaries and achieve faster career progression than those who don't.

Dick Modzelewski, an All-America second-team at Maryland and participant in eight NFL championship games, died Friday at his home in Eastlake, Ohio. He was 87.