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Coaches and gymnasts demand change after sexual assault victims testify

College Park, MD – Coaches and gymnasts express their concerns and demand change in the gymnastics world after Simone Biles and other victims of gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar testified before a Senate Judiciary Committee.

YardWork Concerts brings backyard entertainment to jazz enthusiasts

Takoma Park, MD – Jazz Kitchen Productions organizes and presents local backyard concerts in support of jazz musicians and the local jazz music scene in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area after the pandemic shuttered venues.

Frederick County Public Schools creates program for incoming Kindergartners

Frederick Co., MD-The Rising Kindergarten program will take place this summer in elementary schools all over Frederick County, Maryland. This aims to help rising kindergarten students adjust to being in the classroom after online learning. 

As pet adoptions increase, rescue shelters are finding animals forever homes

Baltimore – Covid-19 has increased the amount of animals being adopted nationwide. Rescue shelters are committed to finding perfect matches for their animals, including one formerly abused cat named Byron who has found his forever home.

Washington Capitals fans return for the first time in over a year

Washington DC – After a year of watching the Caps on the T.V., fans are finally back in the stands of Capital One Arena. Attendance is limited to 10% of venue capacity, which totals 2,100 fans, and season ticket holders…

Prince George’s Community College teaches healthy habits for free

Largo, MD- The culinary program at Prince George’s Community College is offering free classes to anyone who wants to learn how to create a healthier lifestyle for residents. This program is in partnership with the American Heart Association.

More Americans are traveling again, experts advise planning ahead before booking your destination

Baltimore, Md. – As travel continues to increase as more vaccines are administered, The European Union is now expecting to allow Americans to travel there this summer. Experts advise booking travel arrangements in advance as the cost of flights, hotels and rental cars are seeing spikes in prices due to high demand.

Student hosts covid donations drive to bring essential items to local charity

Silver Spring, MD – The coronavirus pandemic has caused a spike in domestic/intimate partner violence and homelessness. In response, one 16-year-old student hosted a covid drive to bring essential items to those affected.

UMD’s CARE to Stop the Violence team hosts healing session for sexual violence awareness

College Park, MD – The CARE to Stop Violence Office at the University of Maryland Presents: Take Back the Night 2021 – The Road to Healing. Outside La Plata Beach, survivors, supporters and the larger community engage in creative self-care…

Maryland lifts outdoor mask mandate and outdoor dining restrictions

Maryland – Governor Larry Hogan lifted Maryland’s statewide outdoor mask mandate on Wednesday and announced there will no longer be restrictions for outdoor dining. Both Howard and Montgomery County are still enforcing outdoor masking, but Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has yet to announce the county’s plans. Masks are still required indoors, at large ticketed venues and on public transportation.