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.
SUITLAND – Voters have tough decisions to make when they go to the polls in November, and the Democratic Central Committee (DCC) faced an equally arduous decision in choosing who and what to endorse on its sample ballot.
ROCKVILLE – Surface water in Montgomery and Prince George’s County contains fecal matter, while tap water and well water in the two counties has a variety of chemicals, turbidity and hardness issues – according to a six-month long investigation conducted by The Sentinel Newspapers.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Metrorail’s service hours will be changing next year, but officials don’t know yet what those changes will be.
OCEAN CITY – Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) may be looking at cutting students’ spring break after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order demanding school start after Labor Day.
ANNAPOLIS – As the MGM casino at National Harbor gears up for its December opening, the company is scaling down on the number of video lottery terminals (VLTs) that will be on its gaming floor.