Baltimore County delegate faces possible reprimand for workplace bullying

The Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics released a report that is recommending a reprimand of Baltimore County Delegate Jay Jalisi for abusive workplace behavior.

Montgomery County Responds to Concerns of Muslim Community

Montgomery County’s Committee on Hate and Violence meets with a group of local Muslims to address concerns.

Maryland Democrats Want Congress to Speak Out on Backlashes Against Muslims

A House resolution would send the message to lawmakers that anti-Muslim legislation would not be welcomed by Congress.

Local Organization Helps Combat Bullying by Helping kids Find their Superpowers

The Music in Me Foundation International holds assemblies at local elementary schools in hopes of teaching kids to find their self-confidence.

Dating Violence May Become a Bullying Issue in Md. Schools

In the wake of recent incidents that gained national attention, Maryland is considering legislation that would put dating in the same category as bullying, harassment and intimidation in public schools.

First Lady, Others Speak on Domestic Violence, Bullying

There is a connection between being bullied early in life and becoming victims of domestic violence later on, social workers said at a conference Wednesday.

Maryland Partners with Facebook, Cartoon Network to Combat Bullying

State officials said there were 3,818 cases of reported bullying in Maryland last year, but acknowledged that many more incidents go unreported.