Driving on I-95 through Richmond is especially dangerous due to the high crime, out-of-control gang violence, and ineffective law enforcement;
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Osprey condos provide a great view of the Potomac River.
One whack job shuts down Washington beltway: Witnesses tell police he made mention of having a bomb inside his vehicle as he approached the edge of the bridge.
The driver of the Dodge was identified as Tamara Moskowitz, 45, Baltimore, MD was transported to Medstar in Washington, D.C. with life threating injuries. A 13-year-old male child was a passenger in the Dodge and was flown to Children’s Hospital by Maryland State Police Aviation where he succumbed to his injuries.
WHO IS RUNNING THE RAILROAD? Officials of Amtrak allow fatality of Trespasser that wandered in front of a train to shut down service for Northeast Corridor for hours on busiest day of year
Why Amtrak and police officials can’t just take photos of the scene, allow morgue officials to remove the deceased and allow the trains to continue is a question that officials should answer to their customers.
MDTA was able to reduce the initial $1 billion price tag of the project by more than $200 million by taking a practical design approach to the new bridge. This project is anticipated to support an estimated 1,180 jobs per year over five years.
Calvert Sheriff Police Beat / Deadly Deer Dart Sends Motorcyclist Sliding into Path of Vehicles on Rt. 4
Calvert Sheriff Police Beat / Deadly Deer Dart Sends Motorcyclist Sliding into Path of Vehicles on Rt. 4 PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on November 6,…
Governor Larry Hogan today announced the start of a study that will identify the location and explore potential funding options for a new Chesapeake Bay crossing. The $5 million “Tier 1 National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)” Study, which was voted on and approved by the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Board last week, will begin this fall and take up to 48 months to complete.
Johnathan Derek Simms, of 1706 Ruxton Ave., Baltimore, Md., was charged with negligent driving, reckless driving, speeding, failing to drive right of center and will likely by indicted by an Anne Arundel County Grand Jury in coming months for negligent homicide by motor vehicle.
According to trial testimony, the victim’s car was hit by Payne’s vehicle, causing the victim’s vehicle to roll over and burst into flame.