Horseshoe Baltimore undergoing renovation to get sportsbook, brewpub and more

Horseshoe Baltimore, the second largest casino in Maryland with a 122K-sq.-ft. gaming floor, has announced that its first floor is undergoing a major renovation to ensure a completely new experience for visitors.

Owned by Caesars Entertainment, Horseshoe Baltimore will offer a state-of-... read more

Maryland state wildlife workers free bear whose head was stuck in milk can

Using an electric hand saw, Maryland state wildlife workers were able to free the head of a bear, which had stuck in a milk can. The officials had loosened the can with the saw. On early Monday, the wildlife response team was called to rescue an adult male black bear.

The call came from a... read more

Robot to Attend School for Cancer-Stricken Maryland Girl

Robots can build things, do household chores, do repetitive actions without getting tired and visit places that are dangerous for humans. How about a robot that attends school for you? A little girl from Maryland who is undergoing cancer treatment will use a robot to attend her school.

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Maryland children aged 1 and 2 will require to undergo lead poisoning test

On Monday, the Hogan administration announced a new rule in which all one and two year old Maryland children will be required to undergo testing for lead poisoning. The new rule has been made because risk for health problems continues for many youngsters.

Under the new rule, around 175,... read more

Maryland governor Larry Hogan sports new Hair-look

Last month, Maryland governor Larry Hogan shared that he has been diagnosed with late stage non-Hodgkins lymphoma and has been starting chemotherapy without any delay. Two chemo sessions have been done and now he is sporting a new look in which he has shaved off all his hair.

He posted... read more

Remarkable new prototype battery developed by researchers from the University of Maryland

In a breakthrough in the design of batteries, a research funded by the US Department of Energy has produced a remarkable new prototype battery that just needs 12 minutes to get fully recharged compared to the hours the conventional cells take up to get replenished.

Researchers at the... read more

13 Organizations in Maryland receive $8,286,161 grant

Recently US Senators Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin, both D-Md., revealed that 13 organizations in Maryland have got a total of $8,286,161 in grants from the Office on Violence against Women at the US Department of Justice.

The grant is announced for efforts around the state that will... read more

Successful launch of NASA’s Department of Defense Rocket on Sunday

NASA has reported that the launch of its Department of Defense (DOD) rocket has been successful after the rocket lifted off from its Wallops Flight Facility early Sunday morning. The Terrier-Lynx suborbital rocket was launched after a delay of nearly two weeks by Wallops Island, which is... read more

Dominion Resources wins Federal Approval to export Liquefied Natural Gas

Dominion Resources Inc.'s, a power and energy company, project construction has received green signal from the federal regulators. Now, the company has got the license to export liquefied natural gas, the gas that can be converted into liquid form for ease of storage. When fully functional, the... read more

California man charged with soliciting minor girl

Anne Arundel County police on Monday slapped a young man with a charge of soliciting a minor to send him sexually explicit photos and videos.

Murray Lee Chesak of Ontario was arrested by Anne Arundel County Police Child Abuse Unit last Wednesday. The Child Abuse Unit arrested the man with... read more