I'm sympathetic to some charges that the conservative movement has failed, but the notion that conservatives haven't conserved anything suffers from a number of confusions. Exhibit A: Phyllis Schlafly.
Donald Trump's accusation that President Obama and Hillary Clinton are "founders of ISIS" is not only a good example of his reckless fear-mongering but also his complete lack of understanding about true threats to national security.
Gov. Larry Hogan will lead a trade mission to Israel later this month, hoping to lure cyber security and life science companies to open offices Maryland, his administration announced Wednesday. The seven-day mission begins Sept. 19 and includes a mix of business deals, public speeches, high-profile dignitary meetings and sight-seeing.
Maryland needs a statewide public school funding model that incentivizes the redesign of our schools, and develops the most innovative and forward-thinking school system in the country. A successful formula should focus not just on graduation rates and test scores, but on five core values that serve as a framework to improve our human condition, bring us together and help our children interact in schools that are as diverse and promising as the world in which we live.
Founded in 1991, The Shepherd's Staff is an ecumenical Christian organization that exists "to reach out to those in crisis, to aid those in need, to support those in trouble, to seek out and encourage pathways to self-sufficiency, and to be a witness for Christ in our community." Our guests include homeless and low-income individuals; employed, under- and unemployed residents; veterans, single parents, grandparents and extended families; out-of-school youth and elderly individuals on fixed
The nuns who live at the Gift of Hope convent in East Baltimore have little time for frivolity. They care for house residents, many of them seriously ill. They scrub floors, call on shut-ins, visit prisoners. They pray four hours every day. But on Sunday, they're making time for an extravagance.
Since its founding in 1888, the Blue Book has documented the whereabouts and lineages of many "blue bloods" and nominated residents of the area, which have included sons of Francis Scott Key, relatives of Edgar Allan Poe and the family of John Waters.
Korryn Gaines lived and died on social media. The many photos and videos that the Randallstown woman posted on Instagram and Facebook show a confident, happy young woman bursting with pride in her young children, her family and her sense of fashion.
Stacia Brown's voice pours through speakers like velvet as she helps deliver a collection of narratives from some of the city's long-standing, nostalgia-inducing sites in her podcast "Baltimore: The Rise of Charm City."
Nicholas Tsakalos, 72, co-owner of H&S Bakery, the Southeast Baltimore business founded by his father and grandfather, died Wednesday of complications related to Lewy Body Dementia at his Baltimore County home.
Anyone who is in need this Thanksgiving and cannot share a holiday meal with family or friends has their pick of meals offered by local community groups and houses of worship around Harford and Cecil counties.
Don Osman, a prominent Havre de Grace volunteer leader, retired teacher and one-time Harford County School Board member, is returning to the site where his longtime community high school service club, SMILES, got its start: Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center.
Six lawyers who make regular appearances before the Harford County Liquor Control Board say changes are needed in the board's resident licensee rules, paperwork and personal appearance requirements and in the current setback laws regarding licensed alcoholic beverage establishments and schools.
It is a great honor and pleasure for me to announce my candidacy for Harford County Council (District E). Let me be perfectly honest and upfront from the word "go," I am running a very grass roots campaign
Marriottsville's Chapelgate Presbyterian Church presented preliminary plans for a new sanctuary and town house development on the church's property to the Zoning Board and community members Wednesday night in one of the first steps of a new zoning process designed to give developments a chance for approval outside of the once-a-decade comprehensive zoning review.
For the last month, Harford County AARP Tax-Aide Program volunteers have been preparing, for free, federal and Maryland tax return forms for the 2013 tax year for middle and low income taxpayers, with special attention given to those 60 and older. It continues through Tax Day.
Not to be confused with the king cake common during Mardi Gras in New Orleans, this traditional, flour-less almond cake from the Piedmont region of Northern Italy is a popular choice for Passover dessert