University of Maryland officials say there were no serious problems or lasting consequences from Tuesday’s power failure….
Tourism peaked in the District this past weekend thanks to the 2015 Cherry Blossom Festival.
The Cathedral was severely damaged by the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that shook the Washington metropolitan area in August of 2011.
The I Belong Here initiative has helped William Wirt Middle School raise attendance rates tremendously since the program was launched at the school in September.
The winter weather appears to have finally cleared up but not without leaving its mark on the roads. Potholes have been wreaking havoc throughout the region and Prince George’s County’s Department of Public Works is working to patch up the problem.
University of Maryland’s Cole Field House, a venue that has touched the hearts of athletes and fans since 1955, hosted its last athletic event this week. Cole will be closed until June 2018 for a 155-million-dollar transformation to a state-of-the-art athletic, research and academic facility.
Student attendance is a big problem at many schools in Prince George’s County but a new initiative is helping to turn that problem around
STEM education is about to get a lot more fun with the first ever statewide Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Festival that’s hoping to turn today’s students into tomorrow’s innovators.