Maryland Colleges Join National Movement to Snuff Out Student Smoking

About one-third of Maryland colleges and universities have decided to clear the air and ban smoking on campus.

Autistic Children Get VIP Time with Santa at Columbia Mall

The Sensory Friendly Santa events at The Mall in Columbia are a chance for children on the autism spectrum to visit St.Nick.

Challenging Transition to Adulthood for Marylanders With Disabilities

Marylanders with disabilities, like 20-year-old Troy Baisey, face challenges when they leave behind the public school system.

Increasing Opportunities for Maryland Youth with Autism

A growing number of Maryland organizations are offering special programs for people on the autism spectrum.

Girls Just Want to Have Fun – And Build Robots

A local program gives elementary school girls positive exposure to math, science, engineering and technology.

College Program for Disabled Students a Big SUCCESS

Maryland’s first 4-year college program for young adults with intellectual disabilities allows participants to participate in classes and internships alongside their peers at a 4-year college.

Maryland Health Organizations Push for Higher Cigarette Tax

Top Maryland health advocates endorsed a proposal to increase state cigarette taxes by $1 per pack, in a report released Wednesday.

Maryland Judge Gets Creative with Opinions

For Maryland Court of Appeals Judge Robert McDonald, a little flair goes a long way.

Health Insurance Website Faces Ongoing Technical, Language Difficulties

Maryland’s new online health insurance marketplace has been beset with technical difficulties – and that’s just in the English language.

Maryland Schools Celebrate International Walk to School Day

October 9 was International Walk to School Day and hundreds of students from at least 69 Maryland schools participated.