Riding to remember. Team 26, a group of bikers honoring the 26 lives lost in the Sandy Hook school shooting, rides into Baltimore—this as the father of the Newtown shooter speaks out for the first time.
Howard County school leaders are stepping up security to help keep students safe. The upgrades are recommendations from the district’s school safety task force that formed days after the Newtown school shootings.
Members of the Newtown, Conn., community, including the parent of a teacher killed in a school massacre a year ago, gathered at the National Cathedral Thursday for a vigil to remember those who lost their lives because of gun violence.
For children in Newtown, life will never be the same. But some found support from a college lacrosse team here in Baltimore. Saturday, the team and the children reunited.
Team 26, a group of cyclists who started their 400 mile trek from Newtown, Conn., stopped in Baltimore on their way to D.C.
Twenty six cyclists are pedaling their way to Washington, D.C. all in honor of the 26 children and adults killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
A Maryland woman whose godson was one of the 26 victims of the Newtown school shooting raised money for his family with a haircut fundraiser.
The parents of one of the children killed in the Newtown school shooting say they appreciate the support they have been receiving from the Baltimore Ravens.
The March For Change honors the Newtown, Conn. shooting victims.
In the anxious weeks after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., the idea of bringing more police into the nation’s schools has picked up support. But for many parents and educators, there is a more immediate priority: protecting schoolhouse doors.
Governor Martin O’Malley promises sweeping legislation that would give Maryland some of the strictest gun laws in the country. Now gun advocates are firing back.
It’s been nearly a month since 26 people were killed in a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut. Now, some local athletes are helping children cope.