Task Force Recommends Maryland’s First Veterans Court

The Maryland Task Force on Military Service Members, Veterans and the Courts proposes a veterans court in Prince George’s County.

Md. Delegate Looks to Outlaw 3-D Gun Printing

A Maryland Delegate hopes that by 2014, the 3-D printing of firearms parts will be illegal in the state.

Military’s Mental Illness Stigma Pushes Navy Captain to Edge

During his battle with depression, Navy Capt. Todd Kruder attempted suicide three times. Now, he writes books to assist members of the military.

Ravens’ Rice Promotes Breakfast at Local School

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice visited Hilltop Elementary School to promote eating breakfast and staying fit.

Veteran Uses Spray Paint to Heal Battlefield Scars

Maryland Marine veteran Jon Hancock’s spray-paint art will be displayed in an exhibit at the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago, starting on Veterans Day.

Volunteers Hit Local Streets to Track Homelessness

Montgomery County is participating in a national campaign to reduce chronic homelessness.

Volunteers Searching Maryland for Reptiles, Amphibians

Maryland is attempting to identify all the amphibians and reptiles that call the state home.

State Council Checks Up on Obamacare Implementation

A state council began an examination of progress towards implementing Maryland’s healthcare exchange.

Politicians, Media Experience Life in the “Hot Seat”

Politicians and members of the media got to experience the daily life of a firefighter.

JFK Eternal Flame Returns to Original Site

The Eternal Flame returns to its original site after its burner received extensive repairs.