Maryland faith and community leaders meet again next week to tackle the issue of housing in Maryland for kids from Central America.
America’s own border with Mexico is an immigration flashpoint, one that continues to reverberate right here in Maryland.
There are new comments from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on the child immigration crisis. With hundreds of Central American immigrants streaming into Maryland, she says she’s open to the idea of turning vacant federal buildings into shelters—this, just a day after Governor Martin O’Malley spoke out against the idea.
Police in St. Mary’s County say they’ve arrested a Frederick resident who offered to pay for sex with an undercover officer posing online as a 16-year-old girl.
A Maryland sheriff known for his tough stance on illegal immigration says he’s visiting the U.S-Mexico border to get a firsthand look at the influx of unaccompanied children entering the United States.
The federal government is exploring the possibility of housing immigrant children in a vacant Army Reserve building in Westminster, and local leaders aren’t pleased with the idea.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake encourages Marylanders to remember the contributions of immigrants in building Baltimore and the state.
Border battle. Tens of thousands of children illegally crossing the border into the United States. Monday, immigration advocates rallied to allow the children to stay in the country—this, as the White House says it is likely most will be deported.
For the first time this Independence Day, one group of naturalized citizens said the “Pledge of Allegiance” as Americans.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is unveiling its new immigration-benefits office in Baltimore.
The U.S. Supreme Court is refusing to hear a Frederick County immigration enforcement dispute.
A lawsuit challenging immigration enforcement by the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is one step away from the U.S. Supreme Court.