Baltimore Orioles Play Game Without the Fans In the Wake of City Violence

BALTIMORE – Although the Orioles and Major League Baseball decided to close the gates at Oriole Park at Camden Yards to fans for Wednesday’s game because of recent violence in the city, fans still gathered outside the ballpark.

One Local Middle School Teacher is Giving Students a Reason to Rock

GERMANTOWN – Randi Levy has completely revamped Roberto Clemente Middle School’s music program by giving students a chance to become rock stars.

The Wounded Warrior Project’s ‘Soldier Ride’ Comes to the DMV

Washington-The Wounded Warrior Project is hosting a Soldier Ride in the DMV. The organization aims to unite veterans by hosting events that promote wellness, friendship and healing.

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.

Regional Leaders Launch the Street Smart Campaign

COLLEGE PARK – Spring is officially here and so is the spring Street Smart Campaign. Law enforcement officials will be on the lookout to ensure that traffic safety laws are followed.

Baltimore is Among the Nation’s Leaders in Solar Energy

Despite its numerous air pollution problems, Baltimore is one of the nation’s leaders in the clean energy revolution.

Washington Nationals Renovate Nationals Park

The Nationals are commemorating their 10-year anniversary with renovations to Nationals Park that will appeal to both fans and players.

Adding an Exception to the Prohibition of Unattended Motor Vehicles

Annapolis Delegate Herb McMillan is asking the General Assembly to pass his bill that would allow motorists to warm up their unoccupied vehicles long as the vehicle is locked and on private property.

Kentlands Mansion Hosts Vintage Bridal Gown Show

Montgomery County’s historic Kentlands Mansion recently hosted a display of bridal dresses from brides ofrom the ’30s to the ’70s.