The University of Maryland, Baltimore, will build a new interdisciplinary education facility thanks in part to a gift from a Baltimore construction company.
New efforts to get Montgomery County schools to show the same respect to Muslim holidays as they do for Christian and Jewish holy days.
As students head into summer, the Baltimore County Public Library wants to make sure they don’t lose what they learned during the school year.
The Stevensville Middle School students and teachers, make their own video to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”.
Two Baltimore students have been awarded $1,000 in scholarship through the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program.
So much of what we see in the news each day gets here because, at some point, there were problems in how people communicated.
Three Montgomery County high schools are making graduation robes gender-neutral with one color to respect transgender students.
Towson University announced one of their largest building expansions on campus. The school will be increasing space for their recreation programs.
A new Maryland law will enable an entire school to qualify for free breakfast and lunch, instead of only individual students.
Every high school seems to have at least one — the student who went on to great things.
The parents of an elementary school student they say was attacked on her school bus in Prince George’s County have filed a lawsuit against the county and the public school system.
An unidentified person has been diagnosed with an active case of tuberculosis at Rockville High School.