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.
The U.S. Forest Service and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay have honored ecologist Carole Bergmann for creating the Weed Warrior program, which trains volunteers to eliminate invasive plant species.
An emergency alert system is being tested across the country.
A program meant to reduce the number of African-American boys in the juvenile justice system is being expanded to include girls.
Hundreds of elementary school students are learning to eat their greens by preparing them themselves.
After two years of planning, the Cool Kids Campaign is ready to tutor young students living with cancer.
Charm City residents are lacing up their sneakers to promote good health.
The Pentagon is extending a pilot program to help protect its prime defense contractors, an effort the Obama administration can use as a model to prevent hackers and hostile nations from breaching networks and stealing sensitive data.
Saving and sharing are two lessons the Y of Central Maryland is hoping to teach kids with a new program.
Just days before city schools start classes, four schools are getting some help improving their students’ health.
This week’s extreme heat and a transformer problem triggered the first “emergency event” in four years for Baltimore Gas and Electric’s energy-saving program that allows the utility to turn off participants’ heating and air conditioning units when demand is the highest.