As 1st District Councilman Tom Quirk prepares for a second four-year term representing Arbutus, Catonsville and Lansdowne, he has a list of accomplisments but plans to do more for those in the communities he serves.
Members of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County allegedly invited women to a darkened basement on campus, blindfolded them at the door, sat them down in chairs and proceeded to kiss them and touch them in a sexual manner.
Despite the significance of public policy in our lives, university-based schools of public policy have recently come under criticism for allegedly being irrelevant to what really matters in government. The critiques are, in my view, flawed in many ways, but they rightly point out a need to provide future public servants with the tools that they require to research, craft, execute and evaluate policies that affect our everyday lives. After all, schools that provide this training help make our
By working together and bringing a new sense of boldness to governing in Maryland, our new state leaders can proactively take on challenges like reducing health care costs, while seizing opportunities to positioning Maryland as a leader in the years to come.
Chase Brexton Health Care has selected a former Catholic Charities administrator to lead its new LGBT Health Resources Center, set to open in the primary care provider's Mount Vernon headquarters this spring.
Gary D. Schenker, who worked as an attorney in the Baltimore County's Office of the Public Defender for the last 11 years, died Oct. 15 at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center of a cardiac arrest. He was 61.
Republican candidate for governor Larry Hogan walked up and down Frederick Road in Catonsville on Tuesday afternoon, shaking hands to win over voters and edge out his Democratic competition — Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.
Rebecca L. Lowery, who had worked in development and alumni relations for the last decade at the Johns Hopkins University, was killed Wednesday when a tree fell on her car while driving on Falls Road. She was 52.
Morgan State and the University of Maryland Baltimore County have been targeted by the National Institutes of Health to receive millions of dollars in awards for developing ways to attract and retain more minorities in the biomedical sciences, NIH officials said on Wednesday.
A Board of Regents committee approved a "fairly unique" policy on Tuesday that would deny University System of Maryland coaches lucrative performance bonuses if their players fail to meet academic benchmarks.
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.
Coppin State University suffered a $2.5 million revenue shortfall this year because of a dip in enrollment, and school officials said Tuesday that the deficit is being offset with personnel changes and cost-saving measures rather than tuition increases.
Over and again UMBC president Freeman Hrabowski dubbed Howard County's African American community as fortunate to be living in "the richest county in the richest state in the richest country in the world."
With the increasing reliance on email and social media slowing the flow of letters to a trickle — and many students ignoring what little comes through — officials at Loyola have scrapped the school's entire student mail system.
For students in Dan Larsen's technology class at Catonsville High School, designing parts and objects with a computer aided design (CAD) program will be more of a hands on learning experience this year.
Noting that student loan debt in the U.S. has ballooned to roughly $1 trillion, Sens. Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin spoke with students at Bowie State University on Thursday to draw attention to a proposal Democrats will push next week to allow borrowers to refinance their student loans.