The Carroll County Board of Commissioners will be briefed during its upcoming meeting this Thursday on 11 projects county staff would like to include in a long-range transportation plan that will affect the Baltimore region.
When Vini Dantas and Jonatas Melo met on the Baltimore Blast's practice field, it was comforting for each of the first-year indoor soccer players to see a fellow Brazilian almost 5,000 miles away from home.
Six months ago, Marquita Gholston found herself in a bind. Her five-year-anniversary was fast approaching, and she did not have time to flesh out the special plans she had in mind for the occasion. Fortunately, as a client of Charmaine Flanagan, Gholston was able to sit back and enjoy a lovely evening with her partner orchestrated by Woo Forever.
As Harford County officials await a much-hoped-for revenue stream from the new lodging tax, those in the local tourism industry are excited for what they say should be a bigger boost to tourism in general..
Rodgers Forge 17-year-old Killian McGinnis has made several trips to El Salvador to help people in an urban slum there. Her interest in working with people from other countries has led to her work with Education Based Latino Outreach as well as ESL classes at Dumbarton Middle.
When Dave Taylor decided to buy a new home in Aberdeen a couple of years ago, he made a quick calculation to determine the cost of his commute to Washington as a program specialist for the Department of Homeland Security.
I am a member of Stevenson University's Mission: I'm Home, which is a group of students, faculty and staff who travel to New Orleans every spring break to help rebuild from Hurricane Katrina. This past spring break, our groups worked with Habitat for Humanity and the St. Bernard Project to continue assisting with the rebuilding process.
By By Amanda Oppenheim and Special to the Community Times
It might deal in an industry's past, but the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore certainly has its eyes on the future. From increasing its role in early childhood education in Baltimore to forming new ties with railroad museums in other countries, the so-called "birthplace of American railroading" constantly seeks to remain relevant in new and exciting ways, said Courtney Wilson, an antiques expert and the museum's executive director.
Stephanie Salvatore wasn¿t sure whether her then-9-year-old daughter, Lily, was ready for sleepaway camp. But the tears were a good sign. Lily was crying because she didn¿t want to go home, says Salvatore, a Bethesda mother of three.
The main objective of the Harford Bird Club, which meets throughout the year for trips and meetings, is to promote and celebrate bird-watching in Harford County and in general, he said in a recent interview.
I'm a junior at the University of Maryland. I just purchased a plane ticket for my third trip down to the beautiful country of Honduras. In these three years, I've traveled to Honduras twice, helped to build two different schools for underprivileged youth and participated in numerous fundraising events on campus to help raise money to complete the building of other schools in Honduras. Bake sales, date auctions, and even a special 5K run in the spring to honor a member of UMD SHH that has passed
By By Brandon Funk and Special to the Community Times
A hotel room tax being considered by Harford County, the only Maryland jurisdiction without the lodging charge, would boost sports- and- agricultural-based tourism and provide upgrades to Ripken Stadium, supporters say
It's a good thing uninvited but down-to-party gal pal Doris showed up and there happened to be a rave scheduled in the woods nearby, or the road trip of "peace and tranquility" that Patrick had in mind might have made for a boring season two premiere of "Looking."