Members of the news, editorial, sports, photography and web design staffs of The Aegis, The Record and APG News received 37 awards in the 2011 Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association's Editorial Contest. In addition to individual and team awards, The Aegis was named Newspaper of the Year among the association's non-daily newspapers with a circulation of more than 20,000.
Once a jihadist, Shiraz Maher now works to counter the radicalization of Muslim youth from his position as a professor at King's College in London. This spring, he's living in Chestertown and teaching a course in Middle Eastern politics at Washington College.
The chairman of the U.S. Senate education committee asked the chancellor of Maryland's state university system Monday to hand over records on enrollment and workplace practices at the University of Maryland University College, where president Susan Aldridge resigned last week.
When the towering ship is relocated to Norfolk sometime next March, the vessel will take the jobs of 18 civilians and 59 naval personnel along with it, not to mention the prestige of its presence in the area
A bill introduced by Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin intended to modernize the nation's 1917 Espionage Act has angered public access advocates who say it would limit the ability of federal employees to blow the whistle on government fraud and abuse.
Marylanders from nearly every walk of life could be affected by across-the-board budget cuts starting in 2013 as a result of the congressional supercommittee's failure to reach an agreement to trim the nation's spiraling budget deficits.
Towson native Nicholas Walters has launched a grassroots campaign to build a National Afghanistan and Iraq Veterans Memorial, in Washington. He's the project's unpaid executive director, while his father serves on the nonprofit's board of directors.