Langston Frazier reports that University of Maryland Baltimore County president Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, is set to retire after nearly 30 years in that role. He is known for elevating the UMBC to national prominence.
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Rising crime and a tourism slowdown have caused businesses to leave the once majestic port city.
A couple in Silver Spring is offering people the chance to interact with goats in their homes. These goats help people who have anxiety and mental health concerns.
Street racing and excessive exhaust noise in the D.C. area continues to increase. The Montgomery County Police Department and Maryland State Police have not been successful in finding ways to combat it. Neighbors are demanding action.
A judge has reinstated a lawsuit against the Montgomery County Board of Education and two county police officers who handcuffed and berated a 5-year-old for walking away from his elementary school.
Trash in waterways is hazardous for people, wildlife and the environment. Montgomery County releases its first litter trap in the Lockridge Drive Tributary adding on to the other seven traps in the Anacostia watershed. The traps will capture trash from going into the Chesapeake Bay and help mitigate the environmental impact.
The new BA.2 variant is forcing several colleges in the DMV and one major U.S. city to reinstate masking requirements. This leaves Americans wondering if it is safe to begin making the transition to what many hope would be more “normal” lives.
Donte Brown has started an outreach program in his community to help people develop life skills. He does this by teaching them boxing skills. Participants say the program has helped them grow in ways they never imagined.
BALTIMORE – A college student and political science major walks away from politics to pursue his passion of designing luxury watches. 23-year-old Spencer Shattuck is president and owner of Towson Watch Company in Baltimore.