Don’t drink and drive. That’s the message from Maryland State Police this holiday weekend, as millions hit the road for Fourth of July celebrations.
It’s one of Ocean City’s busiest times of the year–Senior Week–where high school and college students hit the beach to celebrate graduation.
An investigation has found a U.S. Naval Academy midshipman who died in a car crash on campus in February had been drinking at an Annapolis bar before the incident.
Six teens were injured in an overturned, single-car crash in Edgewater.Police believe the driver and five passengers may have been drinking prior to the collision.
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It’s a problem at college campuses across the country: alcohol abuse. But Maryland colleges are now coming together to fight excessive drinking.
The first six weeks of college are critical. That’s when habits related to future academic success can be formed. And that can be when drinking starts or is exacerbated, often due to student expectations and social pressures, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
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