The 88-year-old Margarita Melville returned to Catonsville Saturday for the dedication of a memorial marker at the site where she and the rest of the Catonsville Nine burned draft records in famous protest of the Vietnam War.
The NFL has named Dr. Nicholas Theodore of Johns Hopkins as chairman of the NFL Head, Neck and Spine Committee, a board of independent and NFL-affiliated physicians and scientists, that advises the league on neuroscience, concussion and other health issues.
As a public speaker at civic and industry events throughout Maryland, I care deeply about the issues affecting my state and city (Baltimore). There’s one problem, however, in my ability to effect solutions: As a registered independent, I can't vote in primaries.
Ralph R. Fields, a retired educator who had been vice president of the old Baltimore International College, died Wednesday from influenza at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 79.
James C. "Jim" Owings Jr., a retired University of Maryland math professor who had a penchant for collecting AMC Eagles automobiles, died Jan. 12 from lung cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. The lifelong Riderwood resident was 77.
Dozens of family members, teachers and local government officials gathered in the George Howard Building's Banneker room on June 9 to watch 12 students graduate from Project SEARCH, a national organization in its third year in Howard County.
Ever since Mr. Trump introduced his signature "build a wall" mantra, anti-immigration sentiment on the right has been met with unrelenting criticism from the left. Now that the election is finally over, you probably know where you stand and how you would answer this question: Should we be granting amnesty to undocumented immigrants? Or do you? What if the question became a little more specific?
Berrigan died Saturday, age 94, at a Jesuit residence at Fordham University in New York. The notorious demonstration of the Catonsville Nine, and their ensuing trial, established him as a leading figure among advocates for peace and social justice.
Frank A. Cappiello Jr., a retired Baltimore investment adviser who was a regular panelist for more than three decades on Maryland Public Television's "Wall $treet Week," died Saturdayof cardiovascular disease at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 90.
Boys¿ Latin senior Dom Maggio, an Under Armour All-American punter who kicked a 55-yard field goal against John Carroll and beat Archbishop Curley on a 32-yarder this season, might not play Friday against Curley in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference semifinal playoff game because of a knee injury.
A group of researchers at the University of Maryland, College Park, are among a small number of scientists working to erase a lag between uptake of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and understanding of them.
Watching polo ponies thunder across a 10-acre field, one might assume the majestic animals provide nothing more than raw horsepower to support the skilled players on their backs. That would be a mistake.