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List of major newspapers in Maryland featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 34 Maryland local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Maryland.

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Maryland Newspapers List

Newspapers Location Image Website
Baltimore Business Journal Baltimore, MD
Baltimore Chronicle Baltimore, MD
Baltimore City Paper Baltimore, MD Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore Sun Balitimore, MD Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Times Baltimore, MD Baltimore Times
Bay Weekly Deale , MD
Bowie News Bowie , MD
Carroll County Times Westminster, MD
Cecil Whig Elkton, MD
Community Times Westminster, MD
Cumberland Times-News Cumberland, MD
Dundalk Eagle Dundalk, MD
East Baltimore Guide Baltimore, MD
Emmitsburg Dispatch Emmitsburg, MD
Frederick News-Post Frederick, MD
Gazette Newspapers Gaithersburg, MD
Maryland Coast Dispatch Ocean City, MD
Maryland Times-Press Ocean City, MD
Ocean Pines Gazette Ocean Pines, MD
Ocean Pines Gazette Berlin, MD
Prince George's Post Upper Marlboro, MD
Somerset Herald Princess Anne, MD
The Aegis Bel Air, MD
The Capital Annapolis, MD
The Catholic Review Baltimore, MD
The Daily Record Baltimore, MD
The Daily Times Salisbury, MD
The Herald-Mail Hagerstown, MD
The Montgomery Journal Rockville, MD
The Prince George's Journal Lanham, MD
The Republican Newspaper Oakland, MD
The Sentinel Newspapers Seabrook, MD
The Star Democrat Easton, MD
Worcester Co Messenger Pocomoke City, MD
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Maryland is known for being a "miniature of the United States" for its diverse landscape, from mountains to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The state was the center of military activity during the American Civil War.

One of the must-see places in Maryland is Annapolis, a city that was once the capital of the United States and is super charming. Known for its colorful buildings, the city is full of stories and postcards.

Maryland is located on the north east coast of the United States. Baltimore is by far the largest city in Maryland. Cheasapeake Bay offers all water sports enthusiasts many opportunities for sailing or fishing. Many famous sports teams, such as the Baltimore Ravens or the Washington Redskins, also train here. The coast is lined with tranquil fishing villages and in the west you can admire the beautiful mountains of the Appalachian Mountains.

Annapolis is the capital of Maryland with only 36,000 inhabitants. Although it doesn't have many residents, it is the home of the United States Naval Academy. But the Maryland State House or the beautiful harbor area are also popular tourist destinations.


The anthem of the state, Maryland, My Maryland, on the other hand, is of German origin and goes back to the song "O Tannenbaum". Maryland is also called " The Old Line State ", which is of military origin, "Free State" refers to the liberal attitude and "Chesapeake Bay State" to the geographic situation. About 60% of the state's residents are of European descent, and the proportion of African Americans is around a third. Otherwise, Asians and a few indigenous groups still live here. Hispanics make up about 6% of the population.

Baltimore is by far the largest city in Maryland, in addition to this metropolis there are other cities such as Frederick, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Bowie and Hagerstown as well as the capital Annapolis. Economically, the agricultural sector with poultry and cattle breeding, cereals and soybeans, dairy farming and fishing still play an important role. In addition, there are modern branches of industry such as bio and medical technology, electronics and mechanical engineering as well as the chemical industry.

Tourism also plays a certain role, especially in the recreational area from major cities such as Washington DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Maryland is also a popular educational location, with universities such as the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, and the Navy's Military Academy located in Maryland.

The National Security Agency (NSA) is also based in Crypto City in the state of Maryland, namely in Fort Meade a few kilometers north of Washington DC

Sailing areas, lonely beaches and wild horses

Strategically, Maryland is not only close to the capital of the United States, but also at the intersection between the northern and southern states. Anyone interested in the American Civil War (Civil War) can learn more about the history of that time on the Civil War Trails.

In this context, the Battle of Antietam, which was one of the bloodiest in the civil war and to which the Antietam National Battlefield still commemorates, is also worth mentioning. In nearby Frederick you can visit the National Museum of Civil War Medicine. Incidentally, the oldest house in the city is called Schifferstadt, a house built by the German immigrant Joseph Brunner around 1750, which today contains the Schifferstadt Architectural Museum.

The metropolis of Baltimore offers plenty of sights such as the imposing national shrine, the Basilica of the Assumption or the home and tomb of Edgar Allan Poe. Also of interest is the Zion Church of the City of Baltimore, founded by German Lutherans, where church services have been held in German since 1755. Art lovers will feel comfortable in Baltimore, visits to the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Walters Art Museum and the Contemporary Museum are on offer.

Water sports enthusiasts and anglers will appreciate the opportunities at Chesapeake Bay. This largest estuary in the USA is a popular recreation area and offers all kinds of diversion in nature. Annapolis is also located on this bay and is a thriving port city with numerous small ports and marinas as well as beautiful sailing yachts.

The sailing season is actually year-round due to the mild climate and there is always something to discover here. What many don't know: nine months after the American War of Independence, Annapolis served as the capital of the United States!

Also worth seeing is the United States Naval Academy, which is also located here, as well as the Maryland State House, which is a few years older than Washington DC. History buffs should check out the Hammond Harwood House or visit the Banneker-Douglass Museum. The U.S. Naval Academy Museum is located in the city's Preble Hall.

Also worth seeing is the Paca House and Garden, a well-kept historic property.

Pristine beaches and interesting marching areas can also be found in the Assateague Island National Seashore. Wild horses and other interesting animals can be found along the hiking trails. The Blackwater Nature Reserve is also worth a visit.

During the spring break, the one or two week spring break at the American colleges, Ocean City became a popular place. Then it is actually overcrowded, the place with its attractions and especially with the long sandy beach is always worth a visit.

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