Every four years, curling comes to the international stage. For 21-year-old Howard County resident Hunter Clawson, it’s a part of his every day life. Coming from an entire family of curlers, Clawson is trying to punch his ticket to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
She is a librarian, historian and professor all-in-one. And Anne Turkos, the archivist for the University of Maryland in College Park for more than three decades is now retiring.
17- year -old Noah Bratschi is speeding his way to the top. He’s among the top junior wall speed climbers in the country. Speed climbing is among the sports being added to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. And if the teenager continues his winning ways he could well find himself on the way to Japan.
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.
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.
Maryland’s bees die at higher rates than the national average. But one small beekeeper in Maryland is ‘buzzing’ with his own solutions to fight the problem.
It’s a toy with its own special ups and downs. But for Coffin Nachtmahr of Baltimore, Maryland, the YoYo is his whole life.