CCBC Could Benefit From Obama's Proposed Community College PlanFree tuition is music to every parent’s ears. The president has a proposal that could benefit 9 million students each year.
Baltimore City Community College Chooses New PresidentA former president of a community-college campus in Michigan has been chosen to lead Baltimore City Community College.
Suspect In Anne Arundel Sex Offense Turns Himself Into PoliceA Severn man is charged with a sex offense.
CCBC Extension Center Opens In Owings MillsThe Community College of Baltimore County is opening a new extension center in Owings Mills.
Baltimore Co. Hospital, Community College Impacted By Water Main BreakA water main break is impacting a community college and hospital in Baltimore County.
Garrett College Creates Lounge For VeteransA community college in western Maryland is honoring students who are military veterans by giving them a special place to study and relax.
Anne Arundel College Celebrates 50th AnniversaryIn the mid-1970s, Rose Rivera was among those asking a big question about Anne Arundel Community College.
Groundbreaking Held For Owings Mills DevelopmentBaltimore County is touting the start of construction on a library and community college facility in Owings Mills.
U. Md Hagerstown Chief Takes Community College JobThe executive director of the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown is leaving to become vice president of academic affairs at Hagerstown Community College.
In-State Tuition Bill To Go On BallotA petition drive against a measure allowing certain illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Maryland colleges has succeeded in gathering enough signatures to put the legislation on the ballot.
O'Malley Signs Immigrant Tuition BillGov. Martin O'Malley has signed a bill allowing illegal immigrants to pay in-state college tuition, if they meet certain conditions.
House Panel Approves Immigrant Tuition BillHouse lawmakers advanced a bill Tuesday to grant in-state tuition rates at Maryland colleges to illegal immigrants if they complete two years at a community college and can show their parents paid state taxes for the three years before they enrolled.