ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources reported 2,341 crab-related violations across the state from 2013 through 2018. There were 27 types of infractions ranging from undersized crab possession to illegal harvesting methods.
ESSEX — Numerous people are injured after a crash involving an MTA transit bus on Monday afternoon. Baltimore County Fire officials said.
ESSEX — MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center and Delegate Ric Metzgar (R-6) are hosting A Night of Hope and Inspiration on Friday October 18, at 6:00 p.m. at Kenwood High School Auditorium, 501 Stemmers Run Road in Essex with plenty of free parking.
The Kenwood football team averaged nearly 38 points per game during its 3-1 start to the season.
Six weeks ago the CCBC Essex women’s soccer team trudged off its home field after opening the season with a 15-0 loss to defending NJCAA champion Monroe (N.Y.) College.
The Eastern Tech volleyball team pulled out a thrilling, back-and-forth five-set win over visiting Sparrows Point last week.
On Sunday, October 20, Churches for Streets of Hope will host their fourth annual Hope for the Homeless Bull Roast at the Hawks Pleasure Club on Riverside Drive. The bull roast, which will feature a silent auction, games, cornhole, dancing, classic rock music from The Gigs and more, is one o…
Baltimore Ravens’ kicker Justin Tucker came through to score the game-winning field goal – and also tied the game to go into overtime – on Sunday against Pittsburgh. But prior that, the most accurate kicker in the NFL spent an evening in Middle River.
ROSEDALE — On Saturday, October 5, Rosedale American Legion Post 180 will host their third annual Cornhole for Kids tournament. This year’s tournament will benefit Camp Oasis, a day camp for children and teens with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis run by the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation.