Jeff Rollinger, a Harford Community College photography instructor and veteran photographer who learned his craft at HCC, is showing his work this month alongside the images of his mentor Jack Radcliffe, the founder of the college's photography program.
A memorial unveiled Saturday will place the story of the Ukrainian famine on prominent display to the millions of people who walk the streets of Washington, D.C., each year — and organizers, including a Baltimore County man, hope to make sure those who died are not forgotten.
Paul J. Wiedefeld, the former veteran chief executive of Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, was picked Thursday to head the struggling Washington Metro system, officials said.
For the past five years, fourth-graders at Resurrection-St. Paul School have painted murals for their schools' hallways with the help of artist-in-residence, Kristin Helberg. But this year, 10 older students from the school got to work on an additional project: designing and painting ornaments for the National Christmas Tree display near the White House in Washington, D.C.
Gilman moved up to No. 21 in Monday¿s MaxPreps Xcellent 25 Football Rankings, two spots higher than last week. The Greyhounds (8-1) defeated Friendship Collegiate Academy, from Washington D.C., 41-0, Friday for their eighth straight win.
When Billie Taylor decided to reopen the Autograph Playhouse in 2010, it seemed like the perfect time for this endeavor. There was more attention, more energy, and more resources being funneled into emerging arts communities in Baltimore. It was just a year after I returned to Baltimore from college in Philly and I was both excited and confused by the new venues and sights popping up. I quickly noticed that despite this energy, there seemed to be little space for young black artists and patrons.
Sgt. Anna Rose of U.S. Park Police said Friday morning that the operators of the drone were on Washington Monument grounds overnight. She says the drone landed — and may have crashed — across Constitution Avenue on the Ellipse, a grassy park just south of the White House.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and other stakeholders have reached a settlement with Exelon and Pepco Holdings that could revive a potential merger rejected by the D.C. Public Service Commission in August.
As the Orioles play the neighboring Nationals this week, hundreds of thousands are expected to flock to Washington, D.C. for Pope Francis¿ first visit to U.S. soil as head of the Roman Catholic Church.
D.C. is fast becoming a talent vacuum for Baltimore's most capable and motivated students of law, government and policymaking. Given that Baltimore's most serious problems demand innovative legal and political solutions, this is a damaging trend that our city's leaders must confront.
The Washington, D.C. Public Service Commission rejected the proposed $6.9 billion merger between Baltimore Gas and Electric parent Exelon and its neighbor Pepco Holdings on Tuesday, taking advocates by surprise and sending the companies' stock plummeting.
While John Quincy Adams did, indeed, toast "The Monumental City" he did not give Baltimore the name, despite reports to the contrary. The title was first used in 1823 by the editors of the Daily National Intellingencer, the main newspaper in nearby Washington, D.C., and most likely by its principal editor Joseph Gales, Jr.
Over the past decade and with bipartisan support, "community schools," which connect schools within a community-based context to support student success, have spread to 49 states and D.C. In Baltimore City, where 85 percent of the district's 85,000 students are eligible for free and reduced meals, we know firsthand what research clearly shows: that the total environment surrounding a child from before birth and going forward affects all aspects of their school career.
Art by Rodgers Forge artis Kristin Helberg, 67, hangs in the the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture in Baltimore, The William J. Clinton Library and Museum in Little Rock, Ark. and the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Caitlin Gill knew what she wanted to do early on. She was drawn to the world of theater, not on stage as an actor, but behind the scenes in the production end. This month, Gill achieved a milestone in that world. She made her directorial debut in a play featured in a Washington, D.C. festival.
The beginner farmer program is one of the key initiatives of Future Harvest, a nonprofit organization. Founded in 1997, it focuses on advancing sustainable agriculture in the Chesapeake region, a territory that covers four states - Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and West Virginia - and the District of Columbia.
Rep. Andy Harris, the Baltimore County Republican at the center of a controversy last year over the District of Columbia's marijuana legalization, is pushing a bipartisan measure on Wednesday that would expand federally funded research of medical marijuana.
Pimlico Race Course's 37-day spring meet, highlighted by Triple Crown winner American Pharoah's victory in the Preakness, ended Saturday with sharp increases over last year in total and average handle, the Maryland Jockey Club announced.
The Washington Redskins have hired former Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Bill Callahan, two people with knowledge of the situation confirmed, and have agreed to a three-year deal.
When Baltimore residents settle lawsuits alleging police brutality or other misconduct, they must promise to keep silent about the incidents that sparked the suits — an arrangement that shields key details from the public. The penalty for disobeying: Lawyers for the city may try to recoup tens of thousands of dollars from the settlement. But many other cities — including Washington, Philadelphia and Las Vegas — have rejected the use of such confidentiality clauses, in an effort