Ellicott City residents remain committed to town’s future despite floods, tragedies

While some may question why residents of Ellicott City remain despite two devastating once-in-a-thousand-year floods within two years, those who live in the historic town say the benefits of living in the quaint, quirky town are worth it.

Voters to decide on two constitutional amendments in general election

Voters across the state are not only selecting statewide and local candidates on their ballots but will also have a say on two constitutional amendments.

Underwater Halloween takes pumpkin carving to the deep

The usual equipment for Halloween pumpkin carving might include a pen, a scoop, and sharp knife. But, at a diving quarry in Frederick County, this pumpkin carving competition called for goggles, air tanks and flippers.

Local shelter helps with relocation of pets in path of Hurricane Florence

WASHINGTON—Shelter animals now in the path of Hurricane Florence are being relocated to other facilities along the East Coast, including one Washington shelter. Shelter officials say that moving the animals keeps them out of harm’s way and frees up space for pets that become separated from their families as a result of major storms like Hurricane Florence.

Baltimore students take up track to help stay on the right path

BALTIMORE, Maryland — According to the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 63 percent of violent crimes committed by juveniles occur on school days right after school, from 3 P.M. to 7 P.M. Some students at Baltimore’s Excel Academy are trying to beat those odds by joining a track team to stay out of trouble, even though they aren’t properly equipped.