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Will Tiny Homes Help Adults With Disabilities Or Homeless In Maryland?

Will Tiny Homes Help Adults With Disabilities Or Homeless In Maryland?

Tiny houses might be all the rage on real estate shows, but they’re more than just a trendy option for those looking to downsize. In fact, they could pose a…

Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition Raising Awareness Against For-Profit Educational Institutions

Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition Raising Awareness Against For-Profit Educational Institutions

ITT Technical Institute in Owings Mills was shut down last summer by the U.S. Department of Education, due to the institute being out of compliance with accreditation standards. The education…

Local Leaders Working Towards Finding a Solution to The Opioid Addiction Crisis

Local Leaders Working Towards Finding a Solution to The Opioid Addiction Crisis

Crisfield is banning together to put a stop to the opioid addiction epidemic taking over cities, both large and small, around the country. Citizens are beginning to share their own…

Suffer From Inflammation? It Might Be Linked To Diabetes, New UMD Study Finds

Suffer From Inflammation? It Might Be Linked To Diabetes, New UMD Study Finds

A new study by the University of Maryland School Of Medicine found that inflammation may have a larger role in Diabetes than once thought. News-Medicalreports that inflammation may impact the body’s…

Rising Tides Could Sink Crisfield, Other Coastal Communities According to New Study

Rising Tides Could Sink Crisfield, Other Coastal Communities According to New Study

The crab capital of the world might be in trouble, at least according to a new study by the Union of Concerned Scientists. The study claims that Maryland, and Crisfield…

UMD Solar Initiative Nears Completion, Adding To State’s Energy Projects

UMD Solar Initiative Nears Completion, Adding To State’s Energy Projects

The University of Maryland expects to exceed their renewable energy goals through the construction of three solar canopies. The Diamondback reports that the university received a $250,000 grant from the Maryland Energy…

Maryland Enjoys Increased Interest In Flipped Housing Market

Maryland Enjoys Increased Interest In Flipped Housing Market

Though 41% of the American population either somewhat or strongly prefers a newly-built home over an existing one, the percentage of flipped homes has been rapidly increasing. Across the country,…

Maryland State Officials Taking Steps to Repair State Roads

Maryland State Officials Taking Steps to Repair State Roads

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) currently has a record number of active highway construction projects running to reduce congestion and improve safety on the state’s…

Fall Foliage Nature Watch in Maryland

Fall Foliage Nature Watch in Maryland

When will fall foliage hit its peak in Maryland? That all depends on a number of factors, but most experts agree that the second half of October usually brings the…

Emergency Crews Rescue 2 Men Trapped Inside Collapsed Home

Emergency Crews Rescue 2 Men Trapped Inside Collapsed Home

After a house collapsed in Owings Mills, Maryland, emergency crews rescued two men who were stuck inside with serious injuries. The two men were working on the home as part…

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