Therapy puppies help teens in Maryland juvenile centers

Maryland’s Department of Juvenile Services has implemented a pilot puppy therapy program at two of their secure facilities to help resident teens cope with stress and anxiety.

Baltimore businesses brace for possible Preakness move

BALTIMORE – After nearly 150 years of calling Baltimore home, the Preakness Stakes could be leaving the city in 2021, a move that would take one of the area’s biggest party days of the year – and a lot of…

Local woman provides help to others dealing with domestic violence

A Prince George’s County business owner from Guatemala turns her experiences from domestic abuse into a positive for others.

Olympic curling dream is a family affair for one Howard county resident

Every four years, curling comes to the international stage. For 21-year-old Howard County resident Hunter Clawson, it’s a part of his every day life. Coming from an entire family of curlers, Clawson is trying to punch his ticket to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Marylanders collect donations to help Puerto Rico

ROCKVILLE, Maryland — Organizing aid collections is one way that many Puerto Ricans on the mainland have begun to shake off the “impotencia,” or powerlessness, they feel since Hurricane Maria slammed into their home island almost two weeks ago. [PHOTOS:…

Disabled Voters March from Baltimore to DC to encourage voter turnout

LAUREL, Md. – A group of disabled voters of the group, ADAPT, hit the road from Baltimore to DC to encourage those in and out of the disabled community to vote in the upcoming general election.

Senator Barbara Mikulski awarded DHS Distinguished Public Service Medal

LAUREL, Maryland – Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson presented Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) with the Distinguished Public Service Medal. Mikulski was honored for her service to men and women in the department, and was presented the award at…

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