Twenty-four graduating high school student-athletes, representing Harford County’s twelve senior classes, will be honored at the 34th Annual Al Cesky Scholarship Fund’s (ACSF) awards banquet. The banquet, honoring the legacy of the late Al Cesky, a legendary Bel Air High School football coach and
Acting Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young has ordered an audit of Associated Black Charities’ management of the city’s multi-million-dollar Children and Fund amid a widening scandal involving Mayor Catherine Pugh’s sales of self-published children’s books.
For the 17th year the Harford County Ravens Nest No. 1’s Bud Bitzer scholarship fund helped a group of young men to pursue their aspirations to attend college for their actions on and off the football field with scholarship grants.
I’m surprised at the level of naiveté regarding the idea that people with financial means cheat to get their kids into college — it happens all the time. There is a thriving, legal industry in hiring private consultants to coach kids from freshman year to their chosen Ivy. Here's how to stop it.
While most of the conversations surrounding education in Annapolis have been about the Kirwan Commission and their high-priced, pie-in-the-sky recommendations, Del. Rose’s education bills would improve the lives of students and bring Maryland’s public education into the 21st century.
Morgan State University lacked adequate safeguards to protect sensitive personal information, state auditors found, and kept a database of 301,000 unique social security numbers in clear text along with names and dates of birth.
A team of attorneys and investigators has billed $500,000 for 44 days of work to begin to sell of the valuables of Kevin Merrill, a Towson man who prosecutors say funded a lavish lifestyle through a Ponzi scheme.
Former New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s staggering $1.8 billion gift to his alma mater, the Johns Hopkins University, tops the Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of the largest academic donations since 1967.
On Sunday — Veterans Day, appropriately enough — McDaniel College announced a new Military Legacy Scholarship worth up to $100,000 over four years for all military veterans, active-duty military personnel and their children. This is a win for the college and a win for the students who qualify.
McDaniel College recently named Westminster resident Julie Weaver as the school’s financial wellness coordinator, a position that has been created to help students navigate paying for college, managing loan debt and other college-related expenses. The Times caught up with Weaver.