- Kekuta Bah of Silver Spring developed his new skill during the lockdown at the start of the pandemic and his quick development led to his selection as the Mid-Atlantic region’s No. 1 seed in the National Collegiate Performing Arts College DJ Championship.
The Ravens survived another ragged offensive performance thanks to a heroic effort from their defense. They did not look like the best team in the AFC in beating the Browns, but they're steering into their warts-and-all identity.
- Carroll County Community College announced the appointment of Kelly A. Koermer as the new vice president of Continuing Education and Training this month.
- When state lawmakers return to Annapolis for a special legislative session next month, they’ll face a question that has vexed some of them: Should they decriminalize needles, syringes and other supplies used by people who use drugs?
- The holiday season is in full swing, and there is much to celebrate. The two holidays that immediately come to mind are Thanksgiving and Christmas, but the entire month of November was designated Native American Heritage Month in 1990 by President George W. Bush.
Researchers aim to stockpile antibodies against 100 viruses in Maryland to stave off another pandemic.
- With the Cavaliers trailing by six in the final two minutes, senior quarterback Ryan Barnard found Carter Mazalewski for the winning score on fourth down to lift South Carroll to a 14-13 victory against Harford Tech on Friday night.
- Sykesville resident Ben Bergamaschi, 15, is one step closer to becoming an Eagle Scout after leading the effort to build and install three structures around Piney Branch Lake at Piney Run Park in Sykesville, complete with life-saving equipment used in cases of overturned boats or people falling into the lake.