Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, just announced that they will put part of their enormous wealth behind an effort to spread the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s successful STEM honors program to two University of California colleges.
George C. McGinty, Towson University's first women's gymnastics coach, who led the team to postseason competition and a national title, died Thursday of congestive heart failure at his Jarrettsville home. He was 85.
Former University of Maryland football coach DJ Durkin told a task force that president Wallace Loh resisted his call to make players widely available for interviews by a consultant examining the heatstroke death of teammate Jordan McNair, according to multiple sources.
Matt Khouri and Ryan Miller, both 28 and Liberty High School grades, and co-owner Will Jenkins, a 27-year-old Glenelg Country School grad, organized an event to built brand awareness for their Delmarva Boil Company shrimp business and raise money for Hurricane Florence-torn UNC Wilmington.
Sexual assault is not merely a chance byproduct of an uninhibited, inebriated moment. Decades of research show that perpetrating sexual assault reflects a man’s beliefs about women at the time of the assault, regardless of whether alcohol is involved.
Sean Bulson, the new superintendent of Harford County Public Schools, urged the community to give its input on the annual school system budget early in the school year, as he continues to gather information from the community and stakeholders in the school system through his ongoing entry plan.
Charles H. Houston Jr., a retired Morgan State University lecturer of American history who kept the legacy of his father's contribution to the civil rights movement alive, died July 15 from Parkinson's disease at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Pigtown resident was 74.
The Harford County Education Foundation will host a Welcome Reception for the county’s new superintendent of public schools Dr. Sean Bulson on Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Rockfield Manor in Bel Air from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Are safety concerns really why opponents refuse to play one of the best football teams in the country, Baltimore's St. Frances Academy? Given that the school is devoted to educating poor, inner-city blacks, and plays in a conference of more privileged and preppy schools, the answer is complicated.
Facing a self-imposed deadline of Monday to close a $10 million-plus funding gap in next year’s budget, the Harford County Board of Education is also trying to wrap up hiring a new superintendent at the same time.
Sean Bulson, finalist for superintendent of Harford County schools, talks with local media about his desire to push out stories of student success, scale up programs throughout the district, work with the community to bring resources and expects board members to represent their constituents.
In their interactions with the local community, the two finalists to become Harford County Public Schools’ next superintendent have emphasized the need for extensive preparation, training and collaboration to ensure schools are safe.
Kathleen P. Ruane, a career Greater Baltimore Medical Center nurse practitioner who was known for her compassion for the sick and elderly, died Saturday from cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care. She was 67.
Thurston R. "Bud"Adams Jr., longtime president of Belair Road Supply Co. who enjoyed golfing and playing tennis, died Monday from dermatomyositis, an autoimmune disorder, at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 73.
Howard County basketball standouts including Rhonda Bates Corkeron, Karyn Swann, Kacy Valentine and Ramona Reid made names for themselves while playing and now their daughters Kalani Corkeron, Lyric and Jaelyn Swann, Satori Valentine and Imani Reid are taking the spotlight.
Nettie Barcroft Taylor, 102, who was recalled as a driving force in building Maryland's library network who was much esteemed by her profession, died of respiratory failure Oct. at her Gwynn Oak area home.