The new superintendent of Montgomery County schools is holding a series of town hall-type meetings with parents, students and staff members.
Libraries across Maryland are reinventing themselves from the silent, stuffy archives to be more inviting for patrons to meet, read and even snack.
Ravens players aren’t on the field due to the NFL lockout, but the organization is still busy in the community. Thursday there’s a “purple reign” in one Baltimore neighborhood.
There is a movement in East Baltimore to use plants and trees to build a stronger community.
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.
Baltimore’s Jewish community begins the celebration of Passover Monday evening.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond has created a community council to help shape its policy decisions.
Almost 100 residents from neighborhoods across Baltimore are training to protect their communities.
Plans to rebuild a deteriorating bridge in Baltimore are sparking widespread controversy.
Next week, sharpshooters will be in the woods in Ellicott City to reduce an overpopulation of deer.