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Hundreds of people in Baltimore will have a Purple Sunday and it’s all for a good cause. They’ll take the plunge at Rocky Point in Middle River to raise money to fight pancreatic cancer.
There’s a new application to help visitors navigate the massive collection of the Smithsonian’s 15 Washington museums and the National Zoo.
If you think it feels good when you blow off some stress with a hard workout, slip into 15-year-old Jake Eisenstat’s skin for a while. With a diagnosis of severe attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder and executive dysfunction, the Potomac teen has so much trouble focusing that his parents school him at home. His stamina is poor, and the development of his spatial awareness is delayed.
As the April 17 tax filing deadline approaches, comptroller Peter Franchot is offering free tax assistance through his agency.
While Occupy D.C. protesters struggled to recover after their encampments were cleared in high-profile raids early this month, Prince George’s resident Bertina Jones was fighting an eviction of her own.
Maryland officials will be gathering to talk about free community tax services for low-income families.
The United Way of the National Capital Area says it plans to award about $1.75 million to nonprofit groups in the Washington area.
A new food bank in Maryland is offering a helping hand to needy horses.
Frederick police say a burglary suspect called them to ask for a ride home after he spent five hours out in the cold.
An Alabama Power spokesman says crews are heading to Baltimore to help restore power knocked out by Hurricane Irene.