Students turn trash into artistic treasure for annual competition

One persons trash is another persons treasure, students across Maryland may have you thinking twice before you throw your trash out.

Harford County opens mobile house to open eyes about addiction

With the opioid epidemic sweeping the nation, Harford County’s sheriff’s office is raising awareness in a unique way.

MDOT and SHA remind motorists safety is first during holiday travel

More than 1 million Marylanders are expected to hit the road during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. And the Maryland Department of Transportation, together with the State Highway Administration, is reminding motorists to be extra careful for the sake of the drivers and the workers out on the road.

Vision for Baltimore providing free eyeglasses to thousands of students

BALTIMORE, Maryland — A new public-private partnership in Baltimore has provided some two thousand students in Baltimore City with free eyeglasses. Educators say behavior and learning outcomes for those students have since improved.

Commission considers solutions to public school overcrowding

Overcrowding in Maryland schools has been an issue for years and a solution has yet to be found, but one bill is looking to change that.

Maryland tourism industry looks at impact of Trump travel ban

Business owners and experts in the tourism industry gathered in College Park for the Maryland Tourism and Travel Summit to discuss tourism in Maryland and how to grow it.

New Maryland law prevents drug price gouging

Maryland is the first state in the country to implement a law that prevents drug price gouging on patent and generic drugs. The law will give Marylanders greater access to essential drugs at a more affordable price.

Prince George’s County Police offer “trunk or treat” as a safe trick-or-treating alternative

Despite the scary costumes and sugary candy, trick or treating is major concern to parents.The Prince George’s County Police Department worked to create a safer alternative this year.

Special sailing program aims to help veterans transition back to civilian life

The four-year-old Warrior Sailing Program visited Annapolis this week, giving veterans from around the country a chance to join in a whole new community while learning some challenging new skills.

Baltimore brings free healthcare to the community

Remote Area Medical stopped in Baltimore for the first time ever to bring free medical, vision, dental care and more to members of the community.