Governor-elect Larry Hogan Begins ‘Thank You’ Tour

Governor-Elect Larry Hogan kicks off his “Thank You” Tour with a stop in St. Mary’s County.

Local Organizations Raise Awareness for Homelessness

The Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless and Samaritans4Homeless partnered together to host their very first fashion show to raise awareness about homelessness.

Meet Maryland Republican Candidate for Governor Larry Hogan

Republican candidate for governor Larry Hogan stresses taxes are at the top of his priority list if and when he becomes governor, but learn more about who he is.

Peaceful Protest Outside White House on War, Poverty and Climate Crisis

The National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance held protests nationwide, including one right outside the White House. Protestors voice their opposition war, poverty and climate crisis.

National Fossil Day Hosted at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History

Several students from around the region gathered at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History to celebrate National Fossil Day.

9/11 and War of 1812 Commemoration Held at Fort McHenry

As part of the Star Spangled Spectacular Celebration at Fort McHenry, the National Park Service sponsored a special commemoration event to recall those who died in the War of 1812 and on 9/11.

Star-Spangled Spectacular Features Military Aircraft Show

The week-long Star Spangled Banner Celebration gave the public a chance to get a grounded bird’s eye view of what it’s like in the cockpit with a military plane exhibit at Baltimore County’s Glenn L. Martin State Airport. By Anastasia Champ.

Maryland Officials Kick Off Homegrown School Lunch Week

Homegrown School Lunch Week was kicked off at Gwynn Park High School in Prince George’s County this week. Homegrown School Lunch Week promotes healthy eating throughout the state by using foods from local farmers.

Metro Violinist Plays Second Concert at Union Station

WASHINGTON РAfter a thousand people passed renown violinist Joshua Bell performing seven years ago in a Washington, D.C. Metro station, Bell returned for an encore performance  at Union Station.  Bell was joined by eight college student musicians.