As Baltimore Congressman’s First Anniversary Approaches, He Prepares to Introduce Legislation
WASHINGTON – As Rep
Best New Trucks Rated, Ford Explorer, GMC Sierra, Chevy Get High Marks
WASHINGTON – Consumers in search of the best truck, minivan or sport utility vehicle now have another tool to help them wade through the choices
Bowie Man Joins Effort in City to Feed the Hungry
WASHINGTON – A Bowie man parked the white van alongside the dimly lit park just a few blocks from the White House
Democratic Congressmen Applaud Clinton’s Education Proposals
WASHINGTON – Democrats from Baltimore and its suburbs applauded the president’s focus on education in his State of the Union address
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WASHINGTON – A national truck safety organization reports that Maryland roads were safer for truckers in 1995 than those in 31 other states
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WASHINGTON – Want to see what Kali the rhinoceros and her new calf are doing?
You don’t have to go to the National Zoological Park to check on them
Ex-Cons Get Job Assistance, Help to Keep Them Off the Streets
WASHINGTON – The mirror reflects a slender, bespectacled man in a blue pin-striped suit
Glendening Urges Full Federal Funding of Wilson Bridge Replacements
WASHINGTON – Gov
Groups Call for Universities to Open Disciplinary Hearings
WASHINGTON – Wearing a button with her murdered daughter’s picture on it, Connie Clery called upon Congress Wednesday to pass a bill making college disciplinary hearings involving criminal allegations open to the public
More Area Families Becoming Homeless, Services Change to Deal With the Growth
On any given night as many as 15,000 Washington-area residents are homeless and that number is slowly growing, chiefly because more families are becoming homeless, local government officials and advocacy groups said