'Hoop houses' grow fresh produce – and, perhaps, jobs – for low-income Baltimore teens.
Anne Tyler’s quirky humor, compassion, and skill all shine in this, her 18th novel.
Cold temperatures have boosted demand for home heating oil. Higher oil prices pose another challenge for the American consumer.
Festive lights cover a house on 34th St in Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood.
In Maryland, a tree sculptor teaches children to carve sweet potatoes
A jury on Tuesday convicted Mayor Sheila Dixon of taking $600 worth of gift cards donated to the needy for her personal use. The verdict throws Baltimore politics into disarray.
The trial of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, who is alleged to have stolen $1,500 in gift cards, began Thursday. Both prosecutors and defense attorneys have to bring their 'A-games' to trials of public officials.
A longer school day can help improve student test scores, closing the achievement gap. But critics question the cost of those additional hours.
Prosecutors say Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon stole more than $1,000 of gift cards to buy a PlayStation2, among other things. Jury selection began Monday, and the jury's racial composition could determine who wins the case.
President Obama announced Tuesday $3.4 billion in stimulus funding to 'smart grid' projects aimed at promoting green power and reducing electricity bills and blackouts.