I’m glad there’s a University of Maryland team. I root for the Terps. But, should it come to pass that the program ends up operating under an independent governing body fully empowered to recruit players pay them what they’re worth, I'm betting most fans wouldn't care.
The Harford County Public School system and the athletics department were saddened again this week with the untimely passing of Paul Perkovich, a teacher, coach and Athletic Director at C. Milton Wright High School. ‘Perk’, who died Sunday, was 53.
Maryland recently threatened to end West Virginia MARC service this summer, unless the state paid $3.2 million to continue it. As a stopgap, the two states agreed last month on a $1.5 million deal to extend service for another year, but funding for a permanent solution has not been identified.
On Saturday, Jan. 27, the Carroll County Branch of the NAACP held its 15th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King breakfast at Martin’s Westminster. The keynote speaker was Kevin McLeod, the executive director of Silver Oak Academy, a school in Carroll County with a rich history.
Michael Igoe, the only Laurel student in the program, and his nine classmates are the first graduating class from a public charter school statewide, with a 100 percent college and university acceptance rate.
Mount Saint Joseph High School's mountain biking club, now totaling more than 20 members, is part of a national trend. According to the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, more than 7,500 student-athletes took part in NICA-sanctioned events in 2015 — up 51 percent from the year prior.
In stunning offices with a living wall in Woodberry is the Chesapeake region headquarters of Biohabitats, which is doing conservation projects around the world. A profile of the company, whose CFO lives in Hampden.
They've given the play-by-play of the Mayor's Christmas Parade. They're regulars at the Towson Chamber of Commerce's Feet on the Street, Friday outdoor concerts. They're known at HonFest. But neither Greg Carpenter, program director, nor Gina Crash, his co-host on Today's 101.9 FM Morning Show, has ever been a grand marshal.
Mark Evich, son of Jeffrey and Maureen Evich of Manchester, MD, has been awarded and has accepted a 4 year Army ROTC Scholarship to attend West Virginia University this Fall. The highly competitive scholarship pays full tuition & fees, an allowance for books, and provides a monthly stipend. After graduation Mark will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army for a 8 year service commitment. While at WVU Mark plans to dual major in History and Slavic and Eastern European Studies. Mark will be graduating from Delone Catholic High School in McSherrystown, PA this May. He ...
Travis M. Lambert has been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army after successfully completing the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps program and graduating with a bachelor's degree from West Virginia University