Program that helps young people who have come out of commitment in juvenile facilities will shut down June 30.
ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland General Assembly passed a bill in the recently completed session that prohibits juvenile courts from committing a child to the Department of Juvenile Services for out-of-home placement for minor offenses, including trespass and possession of marijuana.…
If a House bill is passed, Maryland Jews will be able to purchase kosher wines from international and online retailers.
Filipinos came to Annapolis to serve as laborers in the U.S. Navy. Now, a University of Maryland graduate student is documenting their little-known history.