Lizzie Johnson deals with chronic seizures due to suffering a traumatic brain injury when she was just 22-months old and that's just the kind of lifelong condition the Sunshine Foundation exists to, as Sample puts it, "spread sunshine into."
Simon Hatcher, of West Towson, set off on a weeklong dream vacation with his family last Thursday, Sept. 22. With the help of the Casey Cares Foundation and American Airlines' Something mAAgic Foundation, Simon, 8, was selected for an all-expenses paid family trip to the Give the Kids the World Resort and Florida theme parks.
In her final semester at McDaniel College, Westminster resident and Class of 2015 graduate Sarah Michaels worked as a princess, dressing up for children's parties where she dances and sings, most often as Queen Elsa from the Disney movie "Frozen."
Of Towson High School's 1,400 students, 607, or 43 percent, have requested to enroll in a music class for the 2014-2015 school year. And that is a tribute to John Olin, department head Dave Rhen and chorus director Derrick Jackson. Olin, of Towson, recently organized a trip for nearly 200 students to perform at Disney World in Orlando.
Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett blasted leaders of the Historical Society of Harford County on Monday for their oversight of the former B&O train station, which he said has recently resembled "Disney World's haunted house."
Members of the Blackburn family of Forest Hill didn't attend Sunday's Super Bowl in New Orleans, but they probably experienced the next best thing about the Baltimore Ravens' heart-stopping 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers.
India Said, a 16-year-old Laurel High sophomore, was chosen for this year's Disney's Dreamers Academy, held March 8 to 11 inside Florida's Walt Disney World resort, where she will attend lectures and gain hands-on experience — from cooking with a master chef to designing illustrations with Disney animators.