Local Salvadorans To Receive Help After President Ends Temporary Protected StatusAs local Salvadorans face deportation, an organization is stepping into help them receive the information they need.
Homeland Security To Decide Fate Of 250,000 Salvadoran ImmigrantsBy Monday, the Department of Homeland Security must decide whether to extend or end "temporary protected status," or TPS, for Salvadorans.
O'Malley Plans Trade Trip To Brazil, El SalvadorGov. Martin O'Malley will lead a trade mission trip to Brazil and El Salvador to meet with potential business and investment partners.
O'Malley To Honor Salvadoran CommunityGov. Martin O'Malley will begin honoring Hispanic Heritage Month by attending a celebration for El Salvador's independence.
Judge Dismisses Md. Suit Alleging Race BiasA federal judge has dismissed a Salvadoran woman's suit alleging two Frederick County sheriff's deputies discriminated against her during a 2008 encounter that led to her arrest on an immigration warrant.
New Maryland Census Numbers ReleasedPeople from El Salvador comprise a large portion of Maryland's growing Hispanic community, data shows.