It’s been one week since Baltimore launched one of the strictest youth curfews in the nation. City leaders say it’s already working to get children off the streets.
For more than 30 years, the city has had a program in place to get summer jobs for teens. Mostly the jobs involve outdoor clean up work.
It’s not always easy for parents to get honest answers from their teens. But a new statewide study is offering new insight into what they’re doing and thinking.
The Baltimore City Council approved a tighter curfew that will require children and teenagers to be indoors as early as 9 p.m.
Baltimore could soon have one of the toughest curfews in the country. City Council voted on a bill Sunday. Supporters say it will protect teens.
President Obama has a new plan to help the youth succeed.
A possible case of sexual abuse is under investigation at Fort Meade.
Big changes could be on the way for the city’s youth curfew.
The Maryland Task Force on Juvenile Court Jurisdiction is scheduled to meet.
Maryland officials are calling on the Victor Cullen Center to cut the number of times it restrains youths at the facility considered the state’s most secure facility for young offenders.
It was hot at the Inner Harbor, perfect for the grand opening of a smoothie business. But there’s more to this than just a cool drink.
This is the time of year when many people are getting in shape for summer. But do some go too far?