Westminster High School senior Mia Romeo, 18, who has spent her teenage years working in restaurants, has developed a business plan to start one on her own, earning her a spot as a finalist in the second annual Carroll County Public Schools Business Challenge.
The final weekend of April 2015 in Harford County presents residents and visitors with a bevy of fun and worthwhile community activities on Saturday and Sunday, plus the first of two health department rabies vaccination clinics on Sunday.
Artists Rebecca Nagle and Hannah Brancato are the FORCE behind the group FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture, which has started the Monument Quilt project to draw attention to the issue of rape and sexual violence. The quilt was scheduled to be on display April 14-15 at Towson University and April 29 at the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University.
When Michelle Golberg steps out for this year's Walk MS on April 12 at Hunt Valley Towne Centre, she won't be alone. The MS Dream Team, two dozen family and friends of her mother and cousin, both of whom have multiple sclerosis, will accompany her.
After spending the entire day performing before a panel of five judges on Saturday at the first Miss Carroll County Pageant held in more than 15 years, three women and three teens were chosen to represent the county at the Miss Maryland and Miss Maryland Outstanding Teen pageants in June.
Dona Carter spent seven and a half years as the voice that sends out firefighters, ambulances and police cars on emergency calls. Today, Officer Carter, 32, patrols a section of west Towson as a member of the Baltimore County Police Department.
Towson University is at a crossroads as it drafts a new, five-year campus master plan.The university of 22,285 students is designated by the Maryland Board of Regents as a growth institution. But Towson University has little room to grow and, at the regents' suggestion, plans to cap enrollment at 25,000 by the year 2024, meaning it would enroll fewer than 3,000 students over the next nine years.
As the Harford Community College Board of Trustees begins its search for a new president, the current president was again thrust into the spotlight on the issue of tuition increases, just days after he announced his retirement effective in mid-2016.
Doctors have given the former Towson University President Maravene Loeschke a harrowing prognosis: The 68-year-old could live another two weeks to two years. But she's still enmeshed in university life.
The Silas Craft Collegians Program, founded in 2000, is named after Silas E. Craft, Sr, who was the principal at Harriet Tubman High School — Howard County's first secondary school for blacks — for seven years.
As a volunteer, it is crucial to reflect on your service and acknowledge the significant difference you have caused. I personally struggle every time I am asked to put my volunteer experiences into words. Volunteering, for me, is an out-of-body experience. It is not something I think about; it is something I am instinctively programmed to do. I credit this passion to my Girl Scouting career, which began when I was 6. I may not be able to build a perfect fire, but I have a heart that wants to
By Janelle Hartman and Special to the Community Times
Student-athletes and coaches with ties to Laurel will take part in Division I conference tourneys in the coming days. And a conference tourney title means an automatic bid to March Madness and the national tourney.
A rabbi and former associate professor at Towson University accused of secretly videotaping nude women at a Jewish ritual bath recorded more than 150 women, prosecutors said during a meeting with victims, the first specifics they have given on the scope of the man's recording.
Beth Gallihue doesn't call herself a love expert. That's not the way the Columbia therapist and university professor would describe herself. But she does specialize in couples counseling and she does teach a course on the subject.