It’s something most of us take for granted: our eyesight. But imagine losing it and then trying to navigate in this world.
Two high-profile political visits to Maryland and they’re both looking for the same thing: money for their campaigns.
Maryland takes center stage in the race for the White House. President Barack Obama swings through on a fundraising mission and the wife of Republican candidate Mitt Romney greets voters here.
Every year, thousands of disabled people in Maryland find themselves being denied benefits from federal, state and local governments. One family found success with the Maryland Disability Law Center in Hampden.
Former Republican Gov. Bob Ehrlich is scheduled to headline a fundraiser for Rep. Roscoe Bartlett.
Thousands will visit the Maryland Zoo this weekend to see the animals and raise money for the Kidney Foundation of Maryland.
Actor Robert De Niro opened a fundraiser starring Michelle Obama by listing her Republican rivals and jokingly suggesting that America isn’t “ready for a white first lady.”
For three days after Thanksgiving, the Maryland State Fairgrounds transforms into a winter wonderland. The Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees opened its doors Friday morning.
Former Eyewitness news anchor Dick Gelfman has always been humble about the millions he’s raised to fight breast cancer with his ride across Maryland.
By the time someone needs to be at the new Gilchrist Center in Columbia, the end is near. So more families and doctors are turning to hospice.
More than 7,000 Marylanders are making strides against breast cancer. Sunday, thousands of people in Baltimore raised half a million dollars.
The University of Maryland at Hagerstown is undergoing a renaissance — complete with capes and crowns.