February is Black History Month, an observance meant to honor and celebrate the achievements made by African Americans throughout the history of the United States.
Maryland lawmakers are considering legislation to enable authorities to investigate and prosecute specific threats to harm election officials or immediate family members, as threats against them rise …
I am increasingly concerned that our County Board of Education is considering adopting policies which allow for broad personal bias to interfere with book collections development and book …
A leading manufacturer of ghost guns has agreed to stop selling its untraceable, unassembled firearms to Maryland residents. Under a settlement agreement announced Wednesday by the city of Baltimore, …
SALISBURY – Wicomico County is proceeding with a plan to create a health center for county employees in partnership with the Board of Education that will save money and offer more health care …
SALISBURY — The Wicomico County Council agreed on Tuesday to execute a recorded mortgage – one of many conditions attached to a $5.5 million federal grant to pay for improvements to the …
Battling childhood poverty is not a new idea. It is a familiar topic of concern for the seventy plus community members and local officials gathered to hear Gov. Wes Moore at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Intergenerational Center Monday, February 12. But Moore’s fresh approach in his proposed ENOUGH Act got their attention and some support.
Dorchester County Public Schools Superintendent W. David Bromwell, Jr., has decided against seeking reappointment when his current term concludes in July 2024, the Board of Education announced on Friday, February 16.
The Hall of Fame basketball coach Lefty Driesell has died. His family says Driesell died Saturday at his home in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Driesell’s folksy drawl belied a fiery on-court demeanor. …
The driver of a stolen tow truck has led police on a chase through Maryland, using the vehicle to break through a barricade of law enforcement vehicles and ram private cars that got in its way. …
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Larry Hogan’s recent decision to run for U.S. Senate comes as a shock to many of the state’s lawmakers — especially Democrats who worked with the former Republican governor and think he wasn’t all that cooperative with the legislature.
State lawmakers are proposing legislation that cracks down on ticket scalping in Maryland, hoping to stop unfair ticket prices and bad actors in the resale market.
A Baltimore County police officer is accused of using excessive force when he pepper sprayed a handcuffed suspect in the face and closed him inside a hot patrol car. Zachary Small has also been …
As lawmakers reviewed increasing Houthi attacks on ships in the Red Sea, anti-war protesters confronted a House of Representatives hearing Wednesday over U.S. military involvement in the Middle East.
SALISBURY — Wicomico County Public Schools has joined a wide-ranging group of plaintiffs suing social media companies.
From the start of his journey May 4, 1996, Tony Cohen was struck by the enormity of it. After extensive research on the Underground Railroad, he began a trek to follow it, starting in Sandy Spring.
CAMBRIDGE — One day wasn’t enough to officially welcome downtown’s second Harriet Tubman mural. The two-day event drew delighted visitors to Cambridge from New York, Delaware, …
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is accepting public comment...
Two Democratic senators on an investigations panel have questioned the loyalty of four major American consulting firms, accusing them of withholding information subpoenaed by Congress regarding their work for Saudi Arabia.
U.S. Supreme Court justices were skeptical of Colorado’s decision to remove former President Donald Trump from the Republican primary ballot during Thursday’s oral arguments.
Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he's running for U.S. Senate. Hogan's announcement on Friday gives Republicans a prominent candidate well-positioned to run a competitive campaign for the GOP in …
A new lawsuit alleging child sexual abuse inside Maryland juvenile detention facilities brings the number of victims suing the state’s juvenile justice agency to 200. The latest complaint was filed …
Maryland judges could shield personal information online to prevent hostile people from tracking them down, under a bill passed by the state Senate. The Judge Andrew F. Wilkinson Judicial Security …
Looking back, it almost seems that Araminta Ross had been unconsciously training her entire youth, absorbing the skills tapped into by her future self, freedom seeker Harriet Tubman.
x
X