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Department of Juvenile Services "Spotlight on Schools" program closely monitors and provides support for students in the juvenile justice system.
Former Republican Congressman Wayne Gilchrest has traded in suits and ties for plaid shirts and jeans. He now teaches children about the environment.
Proposed EPA restrictions on carbon dioxide emissions have put the future of America’s coal-fired power plants in question. But the technology needed to reach those limits is available, with a few limitations and substantial costs, and Maryland is serving as a testing ground for its use and development.
Heather Mizeur’s run for governor in Maryland is unprecedented: If elected she will become the first female governor in state history and the first openly-gay governor in the nation.
The Whigs, the 19th century political party that disbanded before the Civil War over the question of slavery, is trying making a comeback as the voice of reason between embittered modern day Republicans and Democrats.
Football is traditionally viewed as a man's game. The Baltimore Nighthawks, the city's professional football team for women, are challenging that stereotype.
The Montgomery County Literacy Council is taking an intergenerational approach to helping adults with low-levels of literacy learn English -- through the help of their children.