A new class of police graduates emerges in Baltimore–without one classmate–a trainee, shot in the head by his supervisor during an exercise.
More and more Baltimore County high schoolers are graduating. A new study released this week shows the district has one of the highest graduation rates in the nation.
New weekend boat tours at Fort McHenry show the sights and sounds of the 1814 Battle of Baltimore.
As the graduation ceremony concluded last month at Weems Creek Nursery School and Kindergarten in Annapolis, Erica Leach dabbed tears from her eyes.
It’s the end of a four year chapter for 1,000 Naval Academy midshipmen. They’re now commissioned officers with a personal presidential sendoff.
A way too quiet sky over Annapolis. Jet engines should be screaming, but the sequester has grounded the Blue Angels annual appearance.
The first lady delivers a commencement speech for 600 Bowie State University graduates. But for one Baltimore senior, the speech was personal.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak at the U.S. Naval Academy’s graduation in May.
There are family trees — and then there’s the Linganore High School family tree, a project the school started to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will deliver remarks to the graduating Maryland state trooper class.
The last straw for 17-year-old Alton Burke was a note left on his door. The high school dropout picked up the phone and re-enrolled at South Hagerstown High.
Fifty recruits are graduating from the Prince George’s County police academy.