SEABROOK – While choosing the next President of the United States might be the biggest draw on the ballot next week, Maryland also has a rare open Senate seat, and three candidates are vying to fill it.
LANHAM – The race for the Maryland 4th District House seat has been a quiet one compared to the contentious primary season in which six candidates ran for the Democratic nod and four ran for the Republicans.
RIVERDALE – The Purple Line project, on behalf of the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), has begun pre-construction work in several locations around Prince George’s and Montgomery counties.
NATIONAL HARBOR – Amid the attention on upcoming traffic snarls during the opening of MGM National Harbor, officials are offering a new way for visitors to get to the casino and the other offerings at National Harbor.
BALTIMORE – A judge from the state’s public service commission ruled the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s (WSSC) rate structure discriminates against classes of customers based on how many occupants live in a house.