Three people dead in just one year. All of them were college students who were hit by cars as they walked on Route 1 in College Park.
“The bear is loose!” Those were President Barack Obama’s words as he ditched his motorcade and left the White House on foot, favoring the fresh air in a walk toward the Interior Department.
A Harford County couple lost their daughter to a car crash caused by a truck driver who was texting, it soon spurred them to seek changes in our laws.
Families of children with limb deformities travel from around the world to be treated at Sinai Hospital. This weekend marks the eighth annual Save A Limb Ride, raising money to support families at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics.
Students in Maryland are joining with others nationwide to walk and bike to school.
Dozens will go the extra mile to help find a cure for diabetes at the “Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes.” Also, there are plenty of upcoming events at the Maryland Zoo!
Nearly 26 million Americans are fighting diabetes, a disease that is outpacing cancer, AIDS and heart disease. It affects both children and adults.
It’s a unique opportunity to do something in Baltimore you’ve probably never done before, and at the same time you can help others.
The tragic deaths of two teens are remembered a year later. The college students were killed in a train derailment in Howard County.
Two men shot and another stabbed in Baltimore in just two hours. Community members are taking a new stand against violence, going one on one with troubled young men.
A new book titled “Walk Your Butt Off” outlines a walking program to build you up to better health.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is leading an overnight walk through the nation’s capital to raise awareness about suicide.