The number of Maryland students who are homeless has more than doubled in the past five years, outpacing the increase in homeless children nationally.
Baltimore city officials have activated a program to offer additional services to the homeless due to an expected drop in temperatures.
Baltimore city officials say they are lowering the temperature needed for the city to offer additional services for the homeless during the winter.
The holidays will be a little warmer thanks to one Baltimore church and its parishioners. They’re reaching out to the homeless and the needy this holiday season.
A decades long Thanksgiving tradition lives on. This year marks the 30th annual Bea Gaddy Thanksgiving feast.
Maryland is reporting a 66 percent rise in the number of homeless public school students over the last four years.
Hagerstown Police Chief Arthur Smith is renewing his push for a downtown homeless shelter.
Fred Stamm isn’t sure how long he was homeless and begging for spare change on the streets of Severna Park. But he’s thinking it was at least a decade. The years blend together for the 47-year-old, who found himself with nowhere to go after a fight with his father and stepmother years ago.
More than 40 roads remain closed in Anne Arundel County because of the heavy flooding that’s already left several families homeless.
A transportation building and garage in Baltimore has become an $8 million center for the homeless.
A plan to steer more bicycle-riding tourists into downtown Cumberland faces a hurdle in the form of a homeless woman.
It’s the first of its kind in Maryland — an apartment complex for homeless young people.