A measure to help veterans as they transition to the civilian workforce in Maryland has cleared the General Assembly.
Two new services will be available for veterans through the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.
The holidays can be a tough time of year for people hospitalized and away from friends and family.
The Brain Dead Republican Congress has had some low points, but last week’s Senate vote on a United Nations treaty for the disabled was notable in its outrageousness.
On Friday, America honors and remembers the victims and survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Survivors also gathered in Baltimore for a ceremony commemorating its 71st anniversary.
Twenty-two million Americans and their families have a special connection to this day. They are the ones who served in the military and have earned the day off and the right to be in parades held in their honor. As Baltimore honored its veterans Monday, some wished more had turned out to say thanks.
When the deal is being made to change the tax rates and cut the deficit we must remember to keep our commitment to our veterans.
A community college in western Maryland is honoring students who are military veterans by giving them a special place to study and relax.
As the nation observes Veterans Day, rangers at Fort McHenry are educating the public on its history beyond the Star-Spangled Banner.
Saturday marks the first of what will be three days of Veterans Day commemorations across the U.S.
Some of the nation’s leading manufacturing companies announced a new program Monday to help veterans gain the skills necessary to fill some of the estimated 600,000 high-tech, manufacturing jobs that remain open because employers can’t find qualified applicants.
Veterans organizations in Maryland can apply next week for a license to have up to five instant lottery pull tab machines at their facilities to help raise money for veterans, but it is expected to take months before the machines will be playable because regulations still need to be adopted.