Maryland officials will be discussing efforts to help unaccompanied immigrant youth who are fleeing violence in Central America.
More than 2,000 immigrant children. That’s how many state leaders say are right here in Maryland after fleeing from violence in Central America. Tuesday, the O’Malley/Brown administration talked about the steps they’re taking in supporting the federal government’s efforts to help children.
About 100 unaccompanied children who have crossed the border from Central America have enrolled in Montgomery County schools.
Maryland faith leaders and state agencies consider the best steps toward finding homes for thousands of immigrant children who are in the US illegally. Their second meeting with the governor took place Monday.
Maryland faith and community leaders meet again next week to tackle the issue of housing in Maryland for kids from Central America.
The search to find temporary homes for thousands of unaccompanied minor children continues. In Maryland, Governor Martin O’Malley met with religious leaders and community groups Monday.
Mike Hellgren reports, the state is on the front lines of an immigration crisis as thousands of children pour into the United States from Central America.
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration is working to find temporary shelter in Maryland to help immigrant children who have been crossing the border from Central America without due process.
New information about a possible holding center for immigrants in Maryland.
More than 100 ancient artworks from Mexico, Central America and the Andes are on display at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
The Navy says the Baltimore-based hospital ship USNS Comfort is finishing up a five-month humanitarian mission to Central and South America and the Caribbean.
People from El Salvador comprise a large portion of Maryland’s growing Hispanic community, data shows.