Pepco says it plans to test a Maryland program used during times of peak electricity demand, a voluntary program where customers’ air conditioners are briefly turned off.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners is cutting a $3.3 million county health department program that provides nurses in schools.
With a smooth, even stride, Robert McKenzie easily completed a 1 1/2-mile run on the track at North Hagerstown High School. But the 44-year-old Hagerstown police officer wasn’t running for fun. He was completing part of a physical fitness test that new officers have been required to take since 2006.
Baltimore City schools are eating the fruits of their labor, securing grants for salad bars to add to 10 school cafeterias.
They may only be in high school but a group of Baltimore students is already on their way toward becoming young entrepreneurs.
Do you have what it takes to be a rocket scientist? Students at Johns Hopkins University are finding out.
The State Highway Administration has launched a program to reduce jaywalking across Coastal Highway in Ocean City.
A survey of Salvation Army youth programs in more than 80 cities shows more than eight in 10 programs saw increased demand from children and families in the past year as unemployment and funding cuts strained charities.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts have announced MECU, the Municipal Employees Credit Union of Baltimore, will be the title sponsor of the 2012 MECU Neighborhood Event Grants program.
West Virginia University’s Center for Excellence in Disabilities is recruiting families of autistic children for a study and free behavioral therapy training.
A local nonprofit group is offering people in the D.C. area who have had too much to drink a free ride home through the end of the year.
Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger will host a foreclosure prevention workshop at Deer Park Elementary School in Owings Mills on Saturday.