On a 40th reunion tour of their alma mater Sept. 17, members of the Laurel High Class of 1971 found that while not much had changed in the school's core building, the overall school environment was a strange, new world.
The 15th annual Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival will take place in the Court Plaza in Towson on Sept. 17, and will include a bus tour to several of historically black churches and communities in Baltimore County.
Columbia resident Barbara Miller talks about the struggle to have her accomplishments recognized by the white-dominated society, her continued drive for education, her faith, her children and her volunteer efforts.
Cal Ripken Jr. presented Japanese tsunami and earthquake survivors with gifts at the Ripken Youth Baseball Academy on Wednesday, before conducting baseball clinics as part of an international exchange program.
26-year-old Syd Lea from Taneytown, Carroll County, has traversed the world several times on the way to becoming the premier cyclist among American Special Olympians. Lea was a top winner for Team USA in the recent Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens, Greece, earning three of the team's 10 gold medals in the international competition.