Stewart "Stu" McCullouch III's dream was to compete in an Ironman competion but he died while biking in the Adirondack mountains last summer. Now his daughter and others have competed in Ironman and Tinman contests in his honor using his road ID
Former Hereford wrestler trades Growing up in Parkton, 2014 Hereford High graduate Trevor Betsill played all the recreational sports of football, soccer, baseball, lacrosse and ice hockey, but when he got to high school, it was wrestling that he chose to compete in for the Bulls.
The State Highway Administration will introduce a lower speed limit, median fencing and a new traffic light on U.S. 1 near the University of Maryland, College Park, in an attempt to slow a startling trend of pedestrian deaths on the road by the upcoming fall semester.
Two fatal crashes involving pedestrians on Md. 140 this year have led police to begin a concentrated enforcement initiative where pedestrians and motorists will be given warnings or citations as well as a brochure explaining the law.
After half a dozen bicyclists were injured in a three-day span – including a woman who remains in the Maryland Shock Trauma Center -- Anne Arundel County police are urging both drivers and bicyclists to be more cautious and to share the roads better.
Saphal Bhandari spent five days in the hospital but is now home, according to his father Navendra Bhandari of the 6300 block of Holly Lane. The 12-year-old was crossing York Road at Overbrook Road when he was hit, suffering suffered injuries to his hand, leg and clavicle bone. No charges have been filed as yet against the driver.
Ashraf Ghani left a comfortable life as an anthropology professor at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to help rebuild his war-torn homeland of Afghanistan after U.S.-led forces toppled the Taliban government. Now, he is a step away from becoming its president, expected to compete in a runoff election against the front-runner, Abdullah Abdullah.