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  • A taste of Maryland wines for the holidays
    The perfect holiday gift for the wine enthusiast
    Whether you are a holiday gift procrastinator, the conscientious gift giver finding the ideal gift for friend or family or blinded by all the choices – look no further for that special gift for the person who loves wines, enjoys tasting...
  • Maryland takes another step towards developing offshore wind power
    Maryland launches website for offshore wind power applicants
    The Maryland agency that regulates retail electric power sales and transmission line siting took another step on Monday towards making offshore wind power a reality in the state with the “soft” launch of a website for offshore wind...
  • All I want for Christmas are Maryland crab cakes
    Ideal holiday gifts for displaced Marylanders: Crab Country Gourmet
    My sister and her husband are landlocked in Rancho Mirage, California where she will tell you there isn’t an ounce of decent seafood to be found. Being a Baltimorean, she knows the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay; oysters, rockfish (striped...
  • Surveys find DC, Maryland dangerous, Virginia safe
    Surveys find DC, Maryland dangerous, Virginia safe
    Virginia is by far the safest state in the DMV to live in, according to a legal blog. Although it is not a state, Washington, D.C., should scare you. On the other hand, Bowie, Md., is the the safest community, of more than 25,000 people, to reside...
  • Two men charged with human trafficking and kidnapping of 2 Maryland women
    Two men charged with kidnapping and human trafficking of 2 Maryland women
    On Nov. 30, troopers with the Maryland State Police (MSP) arrested two men on human trafficking and additional charges. The men had checked into a hotel in Princess Anne, Maryland, and were traveling with two young women that were being held...
  • Maryland college football attendance up 13.9% first year Big Ten in 2014
    Maryland college football attendance up 13.9% first year Big Ten in 2014
    The Maryland Terrapins first year of playing college football in the Big Ten Conference was a huge success at the box office, as Maryland's home attendance increased by 13.9% during its first year in the Big Ten in 2014.In 2013, while playing...
  • The Milton Inn kicks off the small plates menu in the C. 1740 Lounge
    Small plates, big flavors at the historic Milton Inn located in Sparks, Maryland
    The Milton Inn has always been a special occasion restaurant with beautifully decorated rooms, linen tablecloths and that added plus of being in a visually stunning historic stone building circa 1740. The executive chef and owner, Brian Boston and...
  • Pappas Crab Cake
    Maryland Crab Cakes and Pappas Restaurants are synonymous
    With the opening of the third Pappas Restaurant in North Baltimore County, Cockeysville, in the Cranbrook Shopping Center their crab cake empire grows. What started with a small restaurant in 1972 now serves their patrons fours ways: the...
  • The Maryland Christmas Show comes to Frederick
    The Maryland Christmas Show comes to Frederick
    The annual Maryland Christmas Show begins its 31st run, this weekend, in Frederick, MD. As a stable, holiday-time tradition that encompasses yuletide spirit, this two-week event brings together all ages and interests.Come out and experience...
  • Psychics, doggie detectives, cameras in the woods and $35K spent to find lost dog
    Psychics, doggie detectives, hidden cameras and $35K spent to find lost dog
    Over a year ago, Janet Mihalyfi, 39, of Washington, D.C., was letting her five-year-old dog “Havoc” romp off his leash in a wooded area near the Dalecarlia Reservoir at the border of NW Washington D.C. and Bethesda, Maryland, when the...
  • Climate change in Maryland
    Impacts of climate change in Maryland
    There are still some skeptics out there who still do not believe the earth’s climate is changing. If you are one of those people, or if you know someone within this category, here is some evidence that might help you understand (or explain)...
  • Charlottetown Farm Chevre Cheese with fig and lime topping
    Charlottetown Farm: Pam Miller and happy goats make extraordinary cheese
    Here is an equation for success. Take one empty nest mom with time on her hands, a 4-H background, goats and a passion to brighten the tables of many with her goat cheese products – voila, you have Charlottetown Farm’s Pam Miller. She...
  • Grand Hotel & Spa Ocean City MD
    Ocean City MD 4 day scrapbook weekend retreat 4/16-4/19/15
    Join Virginia Scrapbook Retreats new Spring Ocean City MD 4 day scrapbook weekend retreat.e will be scrapbooking all 4 days at the Oceanfront Ocean City MD offering you shopping with our scrapbook vendors as well as awesome classes. Each cropper...
  • Ristorante Firenze
    Expect a winter opening of Ristorante Firenze in historic Reisterstown
    It has been over a year since Jesse Issa’s Tonino’s restaurant closed after a 25 year run located where Reisterstown Road ( route 140) veers off west to Westminister and Hanover Road begins on historic Reisterstown’s Main Street...
  • Immigrants rig Maryland elections
    Immigrants rig Maryland elections
    Regardless of whom captures the most votes in Nov. 4’s election, the results will be shaded, according to a lawsuit filed in Baltimore last month. Furthermore, a Cooperative Congressional Election Study found that 6.4 percent of non-citizens...