The medium-security Maryland Correctional Training Center near Hagerstown is becoming the fourth state prison where inmates who served in the military help train service dogs for disabled veterans.
A unique program designed for local veterans and others in south Baltimore that need help.
In response to vagrancy issues at the War Memorial Building in downtown Baltimore, the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs is putting a fence up around the building.
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The city of Hagerstown says it will erect a monument to black Civil War veterans 90 years after white veterans of the war were similarly honored.
A body found in the Anacostia River has been identified as an Iraq war veteran from Prince George’s County.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs says it’s adding staff and installing new managers at its Baltimore regional office to reduce a large backlog of claims from Maryland veterans.
Maryland’s prison agency is playing host to a multistate conference in Perryville on incarcerated military veterans.
Descendants are paying tribute to a War of 1812 veteran who, as a teenager, played a key role in the Battle of Baltimore.
A first-of-its-kind program in Maryland is using incarcerated war veterans to train service dogs for wounded and disabled veterans.
The University of Maryland Center on Aging has received a $1.9 million AmeriCorps grant to help military veterans and their families.
A local veteran is headed to France where he will be honored for his bravery and being part of one of the most famous units to serve in World War II.