October 25, 2007
^Annapolis Couple Bring Tale of Financial Ruin to Congress

WASHINGTON – Deborah Williams and Rick Welshans opened a Coffee Beanery franchise in 2004 and experienced problems right from the start

October 16, 2007
^Celebrity Senators to Illuminate Washington College

CHESTERTOWN – They have more than 90 years of combined experience in the Senate, and they’re bringing it to Washington College

October 24, 2007
Annapolis Couple Bring Tale of Financial Ruin to Congress

WASHINGTON – Deborah Williams and Rick Welshans opened a Coffee Beanery franchise in 2004 and experienced problems right from the start

October 3, 2007
Board of Regents Approves Budget Increases

WASHINGTON – Maryland colleges and universities would get $1

October 11, 2007
College Park Students Warn Peers About Perils of Credit Cards

COLLEGE PARK – “Don’t be a sucker” was the rallying cry at the University of Maryland here on Thursday, as campus activists handed out literature warning students of the potential risks of having a credit card

September 28, 2007
Colleges Come Face-To-Face With Race In Wake Of Incidents

WASHINGTON – When nooses were hung from trees in Jena, La

October 26, 2007
Colleges Hold More than Academic Mysteries

WASHINGTON – Scary apparitions lurk in the dark corners, stalking the night at Maryland’s colleges and universities

September 7, 2007
Congress Loosens Student Aid Funding

WASHINGTON – Congress passed legislation Friday to increase grant money for college students and lower interest rates on student loans, which supporters say will create better access to higher education for students in Maryland

December 4, 2007
Crowded, Eclectic Field Challenges Bartlett for House Seat

WASHINGTON – An Iraq War veteran, a former mayor, several past also-rans and a pair of teachers are among the crowd challenging Rep

November 21, 2007
Food Banks Face Shortfalls With Rising Need

WASHINGTON – Maryland’s food banks are coming up short this holiday season