Religion teachers at Friends and Boys Latin schools have teamed with ICJS, the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies (based in Towson) to start a network for religious teachers around the region to brainstorm ways to reach today's youths.
Zee Bros, dismissed at odds of 29-1, proved to be the swiftest of all in the $350,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash, the marquee race in Saturday's Fall Festival of Racing at Laurel Park, which featured six stakes.
Dr. Charles R. Morrison, a former Polytechnic Institute teacher who later joined the faculty of what is now the Community College of Baltimore County at Catonsville, died Nov. 2 at the Little Sisters of the Poor-St. Martins Home in Catonsville. He was 84.
In the last couple months, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport has been on something of an international hot streak, with officials cheerily announcing new routes abroad just as they prepare to begin a $125 million expansion of the airport's international wing.
On Saturday, Nov. 8, author and historian Marsha Wight Wise will lead a walking tour of Catonsville, where she will talk about the history of the Baltimore City suburb known for its historic Victorian homes that once served as vacation homes for wealthy city dwellers.
Mr. McCall and supporters of his proposed Inner Arbor Plan for Symphony Woods have made much of his affiliation with the Disney Corp. Who can refute the genius of the Disney entertainment empire with its theme parks all over the globe?
Ellicott Mills Brewing Company, in conjunction with the Howard County Marine Corps League Detachment 1084, is inviting everyone to celebrate Veterans Day and the Marine Corps birthday on Sunday, Nov. 9, The last Old Town Farmers' Market for the season will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8. Banneker Park over in Oella is offering an after-school explorer series. Howard County Historical Society has scheduled several new programs in their "Music at the Museum" series. Howard County Historical Society
Getaway Weekend offered at Bon Secours to reflect on Saints. Take a fall walk with naturalists at the Howard County Conservancy. St. Alphonsus Rodriguez Parish in Woodstock is hosting its annual Christmas Bazaar, Saturday, Nov. 16.
As part of its introduction of new routes starting this summer between BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and several European cities via its home base of Reykjavik, Icelandic airline WOW Air is pushing some major deals.
Malcolm Johnson, a Howard County resident with an appreciation for the craft, started the program to give locals the opportunity to take planned day trips that include visits to three breweries, snacks and transportation for an all-inclusive price of $60.
Tenkara fishing, an ancient Japanese style of fly-fishing that uses a telescopic rod, typically about 12 feet long, with no reel, is essentially a more modern, more advanced form of a stick with a string tied to the end.
On Monday, the average price per gallon in Maryland stood at $3.08, 11 cents down from a week ago and 24 cents below a month ago, according to driver advocacy group AAA Mid-Atlantic. The last time Maryland's average gas price was this low was in January 2011.
Mike Hiob, a former city councilman and unsuccessful mayoral candidate, says Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett has been using his city-owned vehicle and city-provided credit card to make too many trips and spend money on expensive lunches with officials.
The nation's largest generation — the so-called "millenials," born between 1983 and 2000 — have shown less dependence on driving to get around in recent years and aren't likely to change their ways, according to a new study released Tuesday by the Maryland PIRG Foundation and the Frontier Group.
Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon and women's basketball coach Brenda Frese were in Baltimore on Monday, having breakfast with boosters and talking about their teams' upcoming first season in the Big Ten.
The Kansas City Royals, much like the Orioles, have long pumped the potential in their minor league system as the major league team struggled. And a lot of those prospects were biding their time in Wilmington, Del., home of the High-A Blue Rocks.
More than 150 years ago, famed philosopher Henry David Thoreau published his iconic book ¿Walden,¿ which chronicled his two years living as one with nature in a cabin set on Walden Pond in Massachusetts. Today, some travelers who seek a Walden-esque experience still want 21st-century amenities and perks. At Blue Moon Rising, a new eco-friendly vacation village nestled in the mountains of Western Maryland, they¿ll find the best of both worlds.