Forget about bringing the mashed potatoes through, but baked potatoes are fine. The Transportation Safety Administration is reminding holiday travelers of what is—and is not—permitted in the terminal in order to help speed up security checkpoints and prevent travelers from having to throw away any personal items when they fly during the holiday season.
Dental Designs of Whitemarsh is participating in Operation Gratitude for the third straight year. It’s a candy buy back program that sends care packages of food and supplies to both active duty military and veterans all around the globe.
Newport Mill Middle School is one of three schools in Maryland to receive a $100,000 “Don’t Quit” grant from the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils. Maryland governor Larry Hogan was in attendance to cut the ribbon for the opening of the new fitness center.
The Maryland Department of Transportation completed Operation Orange as part of September’s Hunger Action Month. Trucks of donated food were transported to the Maryland Food Bank and sorted for redistribution to those in need.
All this week in Annapolis, sailors from around the world are taking part in one of the largest international sailing regattas, the 505 World Championships. The competition features the best dinghy racers who come from 12 different countries and include both former world and North American champions. The race, in Annapolis for the first time, was last in the U.S. in 2009.