AACC hosts Veterans Day ceremony

The community is invited to join Anne Arundel Community College in celebrating those who serve in the military or who have served at a Veterans Day ceremony at 11 a.m. Tuesday, November 11, 2014 on the AACC Arnold campus, 101 ...

Ben Carson leaves Fox News, mulls run

Dr. Ben Carson's path to the White House begins by walking away from Fox News.

Pirates’ life at historic St. Mary’s City

On Saturday, November 8, 2014, children ages 9-12 are invited to cruise on down to Historic St. Mary’s City (HSMC), step onboard a tall ship and learn the truth about a pirate’s life. We’ll sort out history and Hollywood.

Baltimore Ravens Hold 11th Annual Coat Giveaway

The Baltimore Ravens and the Lady Ravens Association teamed up for the 11th annual Ravens Coat Giveaway at the Helping Up Mission homeless shelter on Monday, November 3, 2014.

Hogan upsets Brown to capture governor's mansion

On a night that many thought would see history with the election of Anthony Brown as Maryland's first African-American governor, Larry Hogan pulled of a historic upset, which punctuated a bloodletting of Democrats around the country at the hands of ...

Preschoolers join PNC to raise vocabulary awareness, set new Guinesss World Records® Mark

Holding tiger masks and seated on colorful reading rugs, pre-kindergarten students from John Ruhrah Elementary Middle School learned several words and listened to their teachers read as they helped set a new Guinness World Records® title for the largest vocabulary ...

New UMB program aims at diverse cancer work force

A new program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is aimed at changing the way that Baltimore’s children think about their futures, according to Congressman Elijah E. Cummings, D-7th.

Baltimore veteran reflects on World War II

The telephone rings as often as the doorbell at Clarence Hunt’s Baltimore home, particularly on Veterans Day.

Nonprofits receive Environmental Stewardship Grants from BGE

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) announced that it is providing more than $300,000 in grants to more than 40 local nonprofit organizations committed to environmental preservation, protection and enhancement.

DPSCS employees help fight Ebola with donation of medical supplies

Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) employees from all over the state have donated medical supplies that will soon be shipped to Liberia to help families of their coworkers from that country who are surrounded by the ...

Police shootings of young blacks examined on stage

With the shooting deaths of unarmed African-American teens like Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri; Trayvon Martin in Florida and others, acclaimed filmmaker Ping Chong and noted director Talvin Wilks have joined forces to collaborate on a performance they say counts ...

Baltimore county police uncover school shooting plot

A weekend investigation into car break-ins in a Baltimore suburb may have headed off a 10th-grader's planned school attack, police said Monday.

Walters Art Museum celebrates 80th anniversary

In honor of the Walters Art Museum’s 80th anniversary as a public institution, the museum will display be 200 works of art in seven galleries, “From Rye to Raphael: The Walters Story,” will take you on a up-close and personal ...

New grant program makes it easier for Maryland seniors to age in place

Maryland senior citizens that own their homes may have more options to age in place under a new program that provides grants of up to $25,000 for improvements such as grab bars and railings, the installation of ramps or the ...

Stevie Wonder brings legendary songs to Washington

Area residents will get the second chance in less than a month to relive the glory days of the Motown sound.