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.
Recent news about the Charm City Circulator bus, which I often use and will remain a free service, and the Red Line, which I won't be taking any time soon, made me take stock in public transit in the Baltimore region.
A company that uses biometric technology to verify travelers' identities through fingerprint and iris scans will launch its security clearance services for enrolled members at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport starting next month.
Julian E. Jones Jr. is on a learning curve. He started on the night of June 24, 2014, when he won the Democratic primary for the Baltimore County 4th Councilmanic District. With no Republican opponent in the following November general election, Jones was essentially elected to represent an area where he's lived for 20 years.
When Dave Taylor decided to buy a new home in Aberdeen a couple of years ago, he made a quick calculation to determine the cost of his commute to Washington as a program specialist for the Department of Homeland Security.
As the Nov. 4 general election approaches, Prince George's voters have more to decide than just which politicians to elect. They'll also be deciding how long those politicians might get to stay in office.
Briana Hutchen and Shatyra Hawkes will host the U.S.E. Basketball Foundation Family Reunion, which will bring many former Baltimore-area female players to Baltimore City Community College to play basketball and pass on to younger players their knowledge of what it takes to get to college.