The Maryland Food Bank is known for getting tons of donated food onto the plates of the needy but, as Mike Schuh reports, a program to deal with perishable food is doing more than just taking away hunger.
Independent schools in Maryland are committed to providing students with a high quality education, a variety of extracurricular activities, and skills to promote character building.
Pediatricians have a new prescription for schools: later start times for teens.
Here’s a sign that summer is winding down: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels is offering its last boater safety course of the season.
Advocates are urging the Anne Arundel County Board of Education to push back school start times next year to give students more time for sleep.
The teachers, more than 600 of them, shuffled from classroom to classroom at Henry A. Wise Jr. High School in Upper Marlboro last week.
A local teacher continues to recover after an illness that started as a bad cold turned to sepsis. The ordeal in March of last year has kept her out of the classroom.
Officials at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis say they will be studying the possibility of building a cybersecurity center.
Kasey Quinn is afraid to turn off the lights at night. Cecilia Hewick doesn’t like to walk alone anymore. And it’s all because of a class they love at Anne Arundel Community College. But both women can’t get enough of the History of Homicide.
The corps pairs young adults with watershed organizations, local governments and other community-based organizations.
A judge has denied a request to let an Oxon Hill senior walk with her class Thursday in a graduation ceremony because she is an English class shy of completing the requirements for Prince George’s County high schools.
In the tradition of other free schools that came before it, the Frederick Free School opened its doors in the fall and has been growing in teachers and students ever since.