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AACC’s Hotel, Culinary Arts & Tourism Institute programs earn accreditation

Two hotel/restaurant management programs offered by the Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute (HCAT) at Anne Arundel Community College have been accredited by the Accrediting Commission of American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF).

Sharpen students’ minds with proper nutrition

Bells will soon be ringing, and parents may experience a sense of déjà vu for the first several weeks of school. That’s because the early part of each new school year is commonly spent reversing the effect of “summer brain ...

Baysox playoff strips now on sale

The Bowie Baysox announced that 2015 playoff ticket strips are now available for purchase as the Baysox make a strong push for their first ever Eastern League Championship. The tickets are available as a strip of six box seat tickets ...

Student credits BCCC entrepreneurship program for getting job

Student credits BCCC entrepreneurship program for getting job

Md. schools set to open for 2015-2016 academic year

Maryland public school systems began re-opening on Wednesday, August 19, as a record number of students across the State prepare to start the 2015-16 academic year.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center hosts blood Drive

The American Red Cross is facing a looming shortage of blood and is calling on all eligible donors to give now to prevent an emergency situation.

Matt Schaub able to go home for Ravens joint practices with Eagles

Joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles gave Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Matt Schaub a chance to go home.

Legendary Larry Graham ready to jam in Annapolis

Larry Graham can wow you with some classic old school hits and the legendary former Sly & the Family Stone bass player and leader of the equally iconic Graham Central Station band can break you off some new funk.

AKAs donate 300 backpacks to children at Ivy Center

More than 300 Baltimore youth will be heading back to school with backpacks and school supplies thanks to the Epsilon Omega Foundation, Inc. and Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority.

White House spending millions to combat heroin epidemic

The White House announced Monday a new, $2.5 million initiative designed to target heroin trafficking along the Eastern seaboard, where use of the drug has spiked in recent years.

Ravens gearing up for trip to Philadelphia to practice against the Eagles

The Baltimore Ravens will take a ride up 95 North on Tuesday and get ready to kickoff joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Get your crabs curbside at Phillips Inner Harbor location

It’s difficult to live in Maryland and not know about Phillips restaurants.

Renters' tax credit deadline approaching

Qualified renters in Maryland are running out of time to take advantage of available tax credits, just as their home owning counterparts do.

Matt Schaub redeems himself in his Ravens debut

The Baltimore Ravens kicked off the preseason against the New Orleans Saints at M&T Bank stadium on Thursday night.

Governor Hogan Announces ‘Maryland Grand Slam’ Program

Governor Larry Hogan announced “Maryland Grand Slam,” a $2 million program to build stronger communities in Baltimore through homeownership.