The death of a Frederick County man with Down Syndrome may be destined to change the way law enforcement handles encounters with the developmentally disabled.
Advocates for the developmentally disabled are planning to urge lawmakers to restore funding cut from the state budget.
A judge in Frederick says the former head of a shuttered training center for developmentally disabled adults is in contempt of his order to cooperate with an investigation of its financial failure.
Maryland health officials are highlighting $14.3 million they can use to expand community-based, long-term care for seniors and the physically disabled with the help of an increased state alcohol tax, which has been in effect for a little more than year.
Hundreds gather to show support for disability funding in downtown Annapolis.
Furnace Hills Coffee opened in Westminster last week, and owner Dave Baldwin is hoping to hire a few new employees as business grows. He’s hoping some of the applications are submitted by people with developmental disabilities, like his daughter. Erin has Down syndrome.