Three Maryland athletes competing in South Korea games

WASHINGTON — Three athletes who call Maryland home are headed to the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The Winter Olympians and Paralympian include women’s ice hockey player Haley Skarupa, speedskater Thomas Hong and sled hockey player Noah…

Maryland’s changing faces often are from other countries

SILVER SPRING, Maryland – Christina Getrich has lived in Maryland for most of her life and has witnessed the state’s changing demographics over time. A large number of Salvadoran immigrants began settling in Montgomery County when she was younger, said…

Ballet Class Offers Hope for Disabled Children

At the Maryland Youth Ballet there is a program called Music and Motion that provides therapeutic ballet classes to dancers with physical disabilities.

Montgomery County Public Schools See Growth

Montgomery County Public Schools are seeing growth both inside the classroom and outside of it, according to new data released by the county.

Warrior Canine Connection Eases Veterans’ Struggles with Help From Four-Legged Friends

The Warrior Canine Connections offers service dogs trained by veterans, for veterans.

The Man with a Million Secrets

You may have heard of PostSecret, but do you know the man behind the secrets? CNS-TV’s Marissa Parra introduces us to one Germantown man who’s spent a decade harvesting secrets from around the world… and in turn, helping millions.

Women’s Soccer Players Continue Family Tradition

Professional athletes are bunking with host families in Maryland and the District. It’s not a study abroad exchange program. It’s the National Women’s Soccer League.

Browns Fans in Maryland Won’t Share Ravens Super Bowl Success

Seventeen years after the Cleveland Browns relocated to Baltimore, local Browns fans still refuse to support the Ravens even as their friends around them celebrate their success.

As Foreclosures Rise, Business Booms for One Prince George’s Company

At first, it was difficult for Jamel Isaac to help evict people from their foreclosed homes. But he quickly got used to it.