Two students at Walt Whitman High School in Montgomery County posted an image of themselves in blackface on a social media account over the weekend, and used the “n-word” while describing their picture, the school’s principal said.
Miles Taylor’s celebrity status keeps growing. The 2013 Westminster High School graduate, who was born with cerebral palsy and gained recent fame from a video of him deadlifting 200 pounds, will announce a third-round pick for the Baltimore Ravens at the 2019 NFL Draft.
During the annual all-day Envirothon at Bear Branch Nature Center, teams from around the county were evaluating the texture of soils, trekking through the woods to identify trees, and getting up close and personal with fish, bugs, pelts and bone
Martin Kendall Dashields Jr., a Baltimore City firefighter known for his knowledge of Baltimore’s streets, died of a seizure following a stroke April 12 at Northwest Hospital Center. The Catonsville resident was 57.
School officials in suburban Maryland will hire an outside firm to help in an investigation of reporting practices and supervision issues after a sexual assault case involving football players who allegedly attacked four of their teammates with a broomstick at Damascus High School.
Raymond Edwin Hardy Jr., a retired music teacher who spent three decades making fine classical instruments played in symphony orchestras, died of Alzheimer’s disease complications March 10 at Gilchrist Hospice Care of Howard County. The Catonsville resident was 86.
Harford County’s 10 individual student-athletes and six relay teams that earned state championships in swimming, indoor track and wrestling were honored by the county's Board of Education Monday night.
Dr. Catherine G. Gira, whose career took her from a high school English teacher in Cationsville to president of Frostburg State University, died March 26 at Friends House in Sandy Spring. The longtime Columbia resident was 86.
Katherine Butterfield, a member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford & Cecil Counties Bel Air club, was named the group’s Youth of the Year at the youth celebration cinner March 28 honoring all members.
I see two rays of sunshine in Carroll County: Mr. Illiano’s approach of “homestyle” intervention with some limited drug awareness and Access Carroll’s limited yet professional focus on non-drug intervention first coupled with a gradual foray into the use of drugs to combat addiction.
The final two teens who were charged with hate crimes in the Glenelg High School graffiti incident that included racial epithets and swastikas being scrawled on the school’s grounds were sentenced Thursday to weekends in the Howard County Detention Center.
The rollout of a high school graduation requirement tied to a demanding new science test could be delayed for at least two more years, following a preliminary vote of the Maryland State School Board Tuesday.
Sister Francesca Krolczyk, who taught mathematics at parochial schools as a member of the Franciscan Order, died of stroke complications March 24 at Sinai Hospital. She was 91 and lived in West Towson.
A student was stabbed inside Patterson High School on Monday, according to district officials, marking the second time a Baltimore student has been stabbed on or near school grounds in less than a week.