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Family Sues After They Say Student Attacked Daughter On Bus

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.


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Active Tuberculosis Case Reported At Md. High School

An unidentified person has been diagnosed with an active case of tuberculosis at Rockville High School.


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97-Year-Old Howard County School Volunteer Meets President Obama, VP Biden

From elementary school volunteer to invited White House guest, a 97-year-old Howard County woman is honored for her volunteer work at a local elementary school.


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City Schools Staff Learn Who’s Getting Pink Slip

Pink slips are going out to staff at some Baltimore City schools today.


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‘Throwback Tuesday': For Some, Spelling Bee Runs In Families

It’s easy to spot the families who’ve been to the Scripps National Spelling Bee more than once.


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City Catholic School Debuts New Playground Thanks To Donors

If you talk to elementary school teachers they’ll tell you the value of a good recess.


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Ladybug Prankster Wants To Fly Away Home — Or At Least Walk

Some seniors at a Maryland school aren’t feeling lucky, despite ladybugs that swarmed the halls.



‘The 6 Million Dollar Dog': St. John’s Unofficial Mascot

Arcadia is known in the St. John’s College community as the “Six Million Dollar Dog” — a donor promised the college a $6 million donation, provided a dog would be on campus at all times.


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Proud Moment For More Than 1,000 Naval Academy Graduates

Pomp and circumstance at the U.S. Naval Academy, as the Navy and Marine Corps welcomes more than 1,000 new officers.



High School Senior Honored For 13 Years Of Perfect Attendance

Thirteen years, more than 2,500 consecutive days of never missing a day in school–it seems impossible, but not for one student in Baltimore County.


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Officials: Maryland Students Will Take Fewer Tests Next Year

Maryland school leaders have decided to lower the number of standardized tests students will have to take next year.


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Study: 47 Percent Of Kindergartners Ready For Curriculum

State officials say less than half of Maryland’s kindergartners are ready to tackle the Common Core curriculum that’s being rolled out in schools.