Singer Art Garfunkel and two others are offering a $2 million prize to the person or group that does the most to end blindness over the next eight years.
The Montgomery County Council plans to appoint a work group to research a program aimed at redistributing unused food to the hungry.
A history-making event takes place at Camden Yards on Saturday. But this one doesn’t have anything to do with baseball. It’s all about saving lives.
BGE reports that all of their out-of-state crews are now in place.
University of Maryland at Baltimore students will be gorging themselves on Buffalo-style chicken wings to raise money for cancer research.
Maryland Congressman John P. Sarbanes says environmental education must be a national priority.
Sen. Benjamin Cardin is expected to tour a new cancer research facility in Frederick.
Chesapeake Bay scientists will be gathering in Edgewater next week to discuss their latest research and how it can help bay management.
University of Maryland officials say a new research barge will test treatment systems for ballast water, a key source of invasive species in the Chesapeake Bay.
NASA is continuing low-level flights over the Baltimore-Washington traffic corridor to help improve satellites’ ability to measure air quality.
The movie “The King’s Speech” is bringing attention to stuttering in a new way.
NASA has selected a Maryland company to provide science, technology and research support services for the space agency’s Langley Research Center in Virginia.