As part our Continuing Community Commitment, the WJZ Black History Oratory Contest was held Sunday. And once again, it brought out some of Baltimore’s best and brightest students.
A trip to Afghanistan forges a friendship between Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and U.S. troops.
Solving the bully problem with words, not fists. It’s what one Baltimore City school is doing thanks to a partnership with University of Maryland law students.
Can learning physics and geometry be fun? The answer is yes if you’re a student at Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore City.
The winter weather caused a headache for many, but the storm also meant kids across the state had a day off to enjoy the snow.
It’s that time of year again where weather and baseball join together for a double play of fun for area students.
Many colleges and universities in the mid-Atlantic region are seeing a shrinking pool of potential students and tuition dollars.
Washington County public schools are making it easier for students to pass by bringing back the D.
Some area high school students are giving back as they give thanks the day before Thanksgiving.
More than a dozen students housed in Maryland Juvenile Services facilities are headed for the state’s highest court — not as defendants but as competitors in a speech contest.
Montgomery County school officials have adopted a calendar for the next school year without taking action on a major Muslim holiday for students.
In the nation’s fast-paced, technology-driven classrooms, one old-fashioned skill may be going by the wayside. Cursive writing was dropped when scores of schools adopted new federal guidelines this year.