One Love Foundation Partnering With Students To End Relationship ViolenceThis May, it will be five years since Cockeysville native, Yeardley Love was murdered by her ex-boyfriend. Love was weeks away from graduating from the University of Virginia.
Md. Foundation Turns Tragedy Into Teaching ToolA Maryland production company is turning tragedy into a powerful learning tool, educating high school and college students about the dangers of relationship violence.
Warning Signs: 'One Love Foundation' Behind Film To Spotlight Dating ViolenceTeaching young people how to identify the warnings signs of a dangerous relationship. That's what a local foundation, created in memory of Cockeysville native Yeardley Love, is doing through a film.
Mother, Sister Of Yeardley Love Join Fight Against Domestic ViolenceUntil the highly publicized murder of Cockeysville's Yeardley Love by her boyfriend, dating violence was something many young women didn't think could happen to them. That's why Yeardley's mother and sister are on a mission--to get the word out before it's too late.
One Love Foundation Names Unsung Heroes HonoreesThe One Love Foundation says Maryland's Joe Cummings and Ryan Rotanz of Virginia Tech are the winners of the 2012 YRL Unsung Hero Awards.
Lacrosse Community Marks Second Anniversary Of Yeardley Love’s Death With Fundraiser Remembering Yeardley Love. Thursday marks two years since she was killed in her off-campus apartment at the University of Virginia by her former boyfriend George Huguely.
Maryland Company Releases Yeardley Love-Inspired Eye BlackRemembering Yeardley Love. The Cockeysville native was found dead in May 2010, murdered by her ex-boyfriend, George Huguely.