April 8, 2014
Brewing Up Business

SILVER SPRING- A new law passed in Annapolis would allow Montgomery County breweries to open without being a fully licensed restaurant. Denizens in Silver Spring would be the first to benefit and bring new business to the area.

February 20, 2014
Checking the Pulse on Maryland’s Hearts

LINTHICUM- Maryland’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene partnered with the CDC’s Million Hearts Campaign to fight heart disease and prevent over 1 million heart attacks and strokes by 2017.

February 13, 2014
Curling Fever Sweeping into Maryland

Curling is one of the fast growing popular sport in the Winter Olympics. The Potomac Curling Club in Laurel gave curious fans a chance to check it out and try their hand at tossing some stones.

April 1, 2014
Final “Zaching”

COLLEGE PARK- Students gathered on March 12th to remember the life and legacy of Zach Lederer, a student at the University who inspired everyone with his optimism in the face of fighting cancer.


Marching for Change

ANNAPOLIS- Concession workers at Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport marched on Annapolis to demand higher wages to support a higher cost of living.

February 13, 2014
Scoring a Win with Special Hockey

For kids and young adults with physical or developmental disabilities, participating in sports isn’t easy. But for those who play special hockey, they get a chance to learn some important lessons while remembering the most important lesson of all: having fun.

April 1, 2014
Slowing Down Speeders

LAUREL- New speed signs in Laurel are focused on preventing rather than ticking drivers who are going past the speed limit.

February 27, 2014
Trading Stilettos for Shoulder Pads

WASHINGTON- The D.C. Divas are a full tackle professional women’s football team. This group of elite female athletes proves that when it comes to breaking barriers, they tackle them head on.