Towson University Police Union Says They Don't Feel Supported By The University Following Campus ShootingThe Towson University Police Union is sounding off on the university's response to Saturday's shooting during an unsanctioned event on campus that resulted in the suspension of a veteran officer.
Tensions Flare At Carroll County School Board Meeting Over Optional Masks In Classrooms While many Maryland counties have begun the school year, masked up, Carroll County is one of the only counties leaving the decision in the hands of parents.
Suspect In Towson University Shooting Samuel Nnam Held Without BondSamuel Nnam, 19, is being held without bond after prosecutors allege he shot two people and himself during an unsanctioned event on the Towson University campus last Saturday.
Rally Held Outside Carroll County School Board Meeting Wednesday EveningParents in Carroll County thanked the school board for making masks optional in the classroom and some are begging to uphold their stance as a state mask mandate is a possibility for Maryland Public Schools.
Students Return To Classroom In Anne Arundel, Carroll & Harford CountiesSome very excited students and teachers are now back in class full-time at Anne Arundel, Carroll and Harford county schools.
Students Returning To School For In Person Learning As COVID Concerns Continue To GrowThousands of students will be heading back into the classroom tomorrow and for some, it'll be the first time in more than a year.
Montgomery College Awarded Grant To Help First Generation College StudentsThe U.S. Department of Education announced that Montgomery College will receive a federal TRIO Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) grant of $1,368,965 over five years.
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.
Police Continue To Seek Information In Connection To Shooting On Towson University CampusPolice are asking for cell phone footage and information surrounding this weekend’s shooting at Towson University and now a reward is being offered.
Baltimore County Public Schools Announce New Career Link ProgramTowson is offering a new program designed to assist students from low-income families in preparing for careers.
Parents Urged To Watch For Signs Of Back Pain In Kids From Heavy BackpacksWith kids carrying things like laptops and books to school, their backpacks could be heavier than you might think. As kids head back to school their backpacks could be loaded down with more than ever, put them at a higher risk of back pain.
Johns Hopkins Issues Statement Regarding Racially Abusive, Anti-Asian Attack On StudentA woman attacked another woman and used racially abusive, anti-Asian language against the victim and her companion Thursday at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood campus, where the victim is a student, according to Johns Hopkins campus security.
Area Schools Dismiss Classes Early As Ida Moves Across RegionSchools in Baltimore County and Howard County will dismiss classes three hours early on Wednesday as the remnants of Hurricane Ida are expected to bring heavy rains to the region, officials said.
Baltimore City Public Schools Ending Classes Three Hours Early With Remnants Of Ida In RegionBaltimore City Public Schools will let classes out three hours early Wednesday with the remnants of Hurricane Ira expected to bring heavy rains across the region.
Baltimore City Public Schools Expands Vaccine Requirements To Student-AthletesFollowing a spring announcement that all school-based staff must be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing for COVID-19, Baltimore City Public Schools on Wednesday expanded its protocols to include student-athletes and all other staff.