9/11: Maryland fire department marks horrific day and long effort to memorialize it

The Kensington Volunteer Fire Department’s memorial honors the lives lost and the firefighters dispatched to the Pentagon in 2001. The scrap of metal collected from Ground Zero “captures the scarred twisting fire hell of the inferno of that day,” according to Steven R. Semler, former KVFD president.

Once in the majority, House Democrats will work through ‘to do’ list

WASHINGTON – Now that they’ve taken over the House, Democrats will try to follow a party blueprint for action that envisions protecting health care, Medicare and Medicaid, funding improvements to the country’s infrastructure, and creating more jobs. And the likely…

Historically black Ken-Gar community celebrates 125th anniversary

As residents of the Ken-Gar neighborhood gathered to celebrate its 125th anniversary earlier this month, they remembered the obstacles they overcame and reflected on their community’s increasing diversity.

Clinton, Trump Cruise to Victories in Maryland Primary

Networks project winners seconds after the polls closed

Van Hollen Swamps Edwards for Democratic Senate Nomination

Democratic victor faces Republican Kathy Szeliga in November

Maryland’s Senate Race Heats Up

Minority whip Kathy Szeliga entered Maryland’s Senate race on Tuesday, but the eye of the public still lies on the Democratic primary.

Marylanders Try to Find the Right Halloween Look

With the witching hour drawing near, what’s the latest when it comes to winning costumes for Halloween 2015? It ranges from the political to superstar.

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.

New Poll Shows Edwards Leading Van Hollen in Senate Race

A new poll shows that Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Fort Washington, leads Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Kensington, by 10 percentage points. However, if Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Baltimore, were to enter the race, he would surge to the top of the polls.

Cyber-Campaigning in Maryland

Who said using technology was a trend just for millennials? Maryland politicians are jumping on the Internet bandwagon these days to announce their candidacies.