Dollar General Literacy Foundation Awards More Than $18K To Maryland Literacy OrganizationsThe grant will go to seven non profits, including the Baltimore Museum Industry, the Brow Memorial Tutoring Program and the William S. Baer School Partnership Board.
Ravens Cornerback Brandon Carr Launches LitBuddies Literacy Subscription BoxBaltimore Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr is getting in on the subscription box action, creating a literacy-themed subscription box aimed at elementary school students.
Ravens Mascot Joins Fun At Summer Reading Challenge FestivalDozens of children and their families came our to celebrate reading at the Owings Mills Library for the Summer Reading Challenge Festival.
Reading Day Promotes Literacy And Strong Male Role Models In Baltimore Baltimore men are joining forces to promote literacy and strong male role models.
Bethesda Readies For 15th Annual Literary FestivalBethesda is readying for its 15th annual literary festival.
U.S. Library To Fund Literacy Awards With $1.5M GiftBillionaire investor David Rubenstein is giving the Library of Congress $1.5 million to fund three new literacy awards.
Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard Returns Home To Md. To Condemn Bullying Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard is returning to his hometown in Prince George's County to condemn bullying and promote literacy.
Ed Norris: Matt Birk, Man Of The YearIn a time where bad behavior is not just forgiven but sometimes admired it's a welcome relief to remember that men like Matt Birk still play football
Nora Roberts Sells Jewelry To Benefit LiteracyMore than 60 pieces of jewelry from the personal collection of bestselling novelist Nora Roberts are being sold at auction.
Volunteers Teach Others To ReadWith up to 14 percent of adults in Anne Arundel County struggling with reading and writing, the Anne Arundel Literacy Council hires volunteers to tutor people in these skills.
Financial Literacy Bill Would Require Money CourseMaryland high schoolers would have to complete a course in financial literacy in order to graduate under a bill state lawmakers are considering.