About one-third of Maryland colleges and universities have decided to clear the air and ban smoking on campus.
The Sensory Friendly Santa events at The Mall in Columbia are a chance for children on the autism spectrum to visit St.Nick.
Marylanders with disabilities, like 20-year-old Troy Baisey, face challenges when they leave behind the public school system.
A growing number of Maryland organizations are offering special programs for people on the autism spectrum.
A local program gives elementary school girls positive exposure to math, science, engineering and technology.
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.
Top Maryland health advocates endorsed a proposal to increase state cigarette taxes by $1 per pack, in a report released Wednesday.
Maryland’s new online health insurance marketplace has been beset with technical difficulties – and that’s just in the English language.