Fight Over 'Pay To Play' Reaches Fever Pitch In Harford Co.Students, parents and teachers gathered to ask school leaders to rescind a plan to charge students money for certain extracurriculars.
Harford County Library Gets $9M, State-of-the-Art RenovationIn Havre de Grace a brand new library $9-million renovation is about much more than books.
Mount St. Mary's Names West Point Dean As Interim PresidentMount St. Mary's University says a former dean of the U.S. Military Academy will serve as interim president while the Catholic school searches for a new top administrator after a tumultuous spring semester.
Baltimore Co. Schools Consider Closing On 2 Muslim HolidaysThe Baltimore County school board is expected to vote on a plan to close schools for two Muslim holidays when they fall on school days.
Anne Arundel County Officials Bump Pay For Some TeachersThe Anne Arundel County Council has voted for a $5 raise an hour for teachers who educate public school students who can't attend class due to illness or other difficulties.
Perry Hall Students Build Electric CarTeachers know that the fastest way to get kids interested in a topic is to ask them to solve a hands-on problem.
White House Asks Colleges to Look Beyond Criminal RecordsThe Obama administration is asking colleges and universities to rethink how they factor in an applicant's criminal history during the admission process.
Mayor Fires Back As Threat of City Shutdown LoomsA threat to gridlock Baltimore’s budget and shutdown city services brings a strong response from the mayor.
City Council Threatens To Shut Down Government Unless After-School Funding RestoredThere's a standoff at City Hall over threatened cuts in funds for after school programs.
Baltimore Program Will Help Theater Students Go To CollegeA new collaboration was announced Monday, setting the stage to make college a reality for more theater students in Baltimore.
Parents Turned Away From Dunbar Graduation CeremonyHundreds of parents were turned away from a high school graduation ceremony that happened Friday in East Baltimore.
Dozens Call On Gov. Hogan to Restore $5M In Baltimore School FundingDozens take to the streets calling on Governor larry hogan to restore five million dollars in state funding for city school construction projects.