The D.C. Council voted unanimously Tuesday to create a wide-ranging college scholarship program for city students amid questions about whether it could endanger a popular federal program.
Allegany County wants to put casino revenue to work, sending local residents to college.
The University of Maryland University College is announcing a new scholarship.
Author James Patterson will be giving scholarships to a handful of students at Towson University who plan to be teachers.
A full-time caregiver of a wounded Navy veteran gets the help she needs to go back to school.
Local printing company Maryland Screen Printers has designed a Torrey Smith T-shirt. Proceeds will be donated to a scholarship fund in memory of his younger brother, Tevin Jones.
A scholarship has been established in memory of Tevin Jones, Torrey Smith’s brother.
A 1933 graduate of Maryland’s Hood College and her husband have left more than $640,000 to the school for the establishment of a scholarship fund.
Garion Kukovich enjoys cooking just about any type of food. Garion, 18, was named The Art Institute of Washington’s Best Teen Chef 2012 and received a $4,000 scholarship to the institute’s International Culinary School.
Dozens of students are awarded scholarships to attend college through the Baltimore Community Foundation. And seven of those scholarships are named for WJZ’s beloved former anchor Jerry Turner.
A foundation to support the children of Baltimore City via scholarships and the opening of a recreation center has been established in memory of the late Detective Brian Stevenson. Visit the Purple Kisses Foundation, Inc. website.
The family of Trooper First Class Shaft Hunter has announced a scholarship fund to benefit his children.