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Following their recognition by the state in 2012, Maryland's Piscataway Native Americans have been struggling to raise awareness for their culture. Now, they're reaching out to the public through a mobile educational program, taking the Piscataway culture to the people in an effort to make their voices heard.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently issued a statewide proclamation requiring all children...ages one and two…to be tested for lead paint poisoning. But for one local family, that order can just a little too late.
Frederick Douglass Square was officially dedicated at a ceremony that featured remarks by campus and community leaders as well as Douglass' own family. Some university students protested at the event, calling for a name change for the campus football stadium.
Lawmakers are challenging local students to channel their enthusiasm for all things technological to make the app world a better place.
Two Montgomery County high schools were visited by protesters from the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, but the responses were generally low-key.
The Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless is on a mission:to house all homeless veterans identified in Montgomery County by the end of 2015.
In Wednesday's Board of Public Works meeting, Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot aired serious concerns about state public school construction projects in a heated discussion.
Labor Secretary Thomas Perez said Tuesday that apprenticeships are the need of the hour and should grow in all sectors, especially in the fields of health care, technology and cyber security.