Teen Cigar use is on the Rise

Cigarette smoking has decreased among high school students by nearly 40 percent since 2000, but cigar smoking has increased by more than 11 percent.

ICC Due to Open Soon

On November 22 many Maryland drivers may find their commute a little easier. That’s when the remaining two sections of the Intercounty Connector, the
stretch between I-270 and I-95, is scheduled to open.

Maryland Makes Strides in Dental Health

The Maryland Dental Action Coalition recently celebrated its progress in providing dental healthcare to children throughout the state with its first ever Oral Health Summit.

Cyber Warriors Compete in Student Competition

High School and college students gathered at the Baltimore Convention Center recently to compete in the first ever Maryland Cyber Challenge.

GW Students collect Phones for Hope

George Washington University students joined forces with Hope Phones
on Tuesday to collect 20,000 used cell phones to benefit developing

Children and Members of Congress Work to Break Reading Record

Local schoolchildren joined together with members of Congress Thursday in Washington, D.C., to help break the world reading record.

Students Celebrate the Agritourism Season in Baltimore County

Maryland farmers joined with hundreds of elementary school kids and state officials at a farm in Baltimore County on Tuesday to kick off the state’s fall agritourism season.

Cyber Security on the Rise in Maryland

State officials say there are a growing number of companies specializing in the development of security tools and technology, which is creating jobs throughout the state.

Ebooks Emerging on College Campuses

At the University of Maryland, many professors are suggesting students purchase online versions of textbooks in order to cut costs and decrease the burden of carrying their books.