Eight people have been shot in the last 24 hours citywide—right before the holiday weekend. It’s the latest in a string of concerning crimes, including the takeover of a downtown convenience store.
A survey of Salvation Army youth programs in more than 80 cities shows more than eight in 10 programs saw increased demand from children and families in the past year as unemployment and funding cuts strained charities.
Arena Stage has cast five young Washington-area students for its upcoming production of Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man” after a unique casting call that was open to the public.
The Montgomery County Council has delayed action on a youth curfew plan proposed by County Executive Isiah Leggett.
As the losses and injuries keep mounting for Maryland, the Terrapins keep getting younger.
Now in his 16th NFL season, Ray Lewis is still a terror at age 36. At this point in his magnificent career, the Baltimore Ravens’ middle linebacker is a wiser version of his former self.
There’s stripped-down rock, then there’s stripping-down to rock.
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett says he is confident that a bill designed to establish a youth curfew has enough support to pass the county council.
Hundreds of people are expected in Baltimore this week for a conference on the treatment of youth in Maryland courts.
The Baltimore School for the Arts is receiving a $1 million donation that will help sustain a decades-old youth program.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is praising an anti-bullying program at a middle school in Frederick County.
Stepping in the right direction to stop school bullying. One Pennsylvania man is walking hundreds of miles passing through Baltimore to stop the potentially deadly trend in its tracks.