History Teacher Deron Hornbeck Teaches Elective Course Covering Events Of 9/11 Attacks At Frederick County High SchoolDeron Hornbeck is a history teacher at Frederick County's Linganore High School. He teaches a course an elective course covering the events of 9/11. It is a course that he hopes will ensure future generations will never forget.
Never Forget: Ceremonies Across State Remember 9/11 Attack Victims, Including 68 MarylandersAcross the country and across Maryland, Americans memorialized the nearly 3,000 victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks Friday on the 19th anniversary of the tragedy.
Maryland Man Arrested With Loaded Gun At BWI On 9/11 Anniversary; Second Gun Found At Airport This WeekA Maryland man was arrested at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Friday morning after a Transportation Security Administration officer found a loaded handgun in the man's carry-on luggage, the TSA said.
Maryland Residents, Visitors Can Text 911 For Emergencies Starting ThursdayThe enhancement will allow everyone to text in the event of an emergency- especially meant for those who are hearing/speech impaired. 
9/11 Memorial Stair Climb Held At M&T Bank StadiumMore than 300 people had one mission in mind Saturday- climb 181 flights of stairs to honor first responders who lost their lives in 9/11. 
Maryland Man Pays Tribute To Fiancee Killed In 9/11 AttacksFor one Maryland man, remembering 9/11 brings with it the pain of losing a loved one and knowing he could have been among the victims.
BWI Airport Held A Moment Of Silence For 9/11 This MorningTo mark the 18th anniversary of September 11, 2001, Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport held a moment of silence. 
Naval Academy Marks 18th Anniversary Of 9/11 Terrorist AttackThe U.S. Naval Academy is honoring the lives of the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack ahead of the attack's 18th anniversary Wednesday.
13 Maryland National Guardsmen Who Made The 'Ultimate Sacrifice' Honored By FamiliesSince September 11, 2001, 13 members of the Maryland National Guard have paid the ultimate sacrifice. 
Maryland Awarded $1.7M To Upgrade 911 Call CentersNG911 is meant to create a faster, "more resilient" emergency system, DOT said in a release Monday, to boost public safety. 
First Responders, Supporters Honor Fallen Firefighters With Tunnel To Towers Tower ClimbThe 18 floors of the CareFirst building in Canton was a site to pay respect on Saturday.