Gangs and guns. Those are the targets for Baltimore City Police as a violent summer continues to grip the city.
Though there are over 35 community theatres in our area, amateur actors say there aren’t enough opportunities to get on stage. Now, a summer theatre at Bryn Mawr offers a unique twist.
Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan read to excited children and cheered them on as she helped kick off the Education Department’s “Let’s Read! Let’s Move!” summer program.
A U.S.-based international education and training organization said Wednesday it’s evacuating 18 Arabic language program students from Egypt to Morocco due to deteriorating security conditions.
The Obama administration gathered U.S. citizens’ Internet data until 2011, continuing a spying program started under President George W. Bush that revealed whom Americans exchanged emails with and the Internet Protocol address of their computer, documents disclosed Thursday show.
Criminal charges are brought against the former NSA contractor who explosed two of the government’s top secret surveillance programs.
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman is scheduled to announce a new anti-bullying program. Ulman is set to make the announcement on Wednesday in Ellicott City.
Thousands of Baltimore preschoolers venture outside the classroom to take a stroll through Baltimore. It’s all part of a program that sparks learning through hands-on play.
The National Park Service says federal budget cuts will likely cause reductions in ranger-led tours and monument maintenance at the Antietam National Battlefield near Sharpsburg.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Summer Sanders. They talked about BOKS, a program designed to prepare kids’ minds and bodies.
For 30 years, Kay Myers has been there for others in their toughest moments. She has counseled sick people through life-changing choices, such as continuing hospital treatment or moving to hospice care.
The Save Our Shell program is run by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and provides an easy way for people to help the environment. There are several bins around Maryland so you can drop your oyster shells off. Click on the link for more information.