A Hint of Spring

The Cherry Blossom Festival is right around the corner. Festival executives announced when to expect the blossoms to peak.

Local Rabbi Barry Fruendel Pleads Guilty to 52 Counts of Voyeurism

Local rabbi and college instructor Rabbi Barry Freundel plead guilty to 52 misdemeanor charges of voyeurism after being charged with filming women as they undressed in preparation for ritual baths at the Kesher Israel Synagogue in Washington.

Local Girl Makes Clay Elephants to Help Abused Elephants in Thailand

Miriam Gardsbane of Rockville is passionate about helping elephants. She, along with friends and family, made clay elephants to sell at the Olney Farmers Market.

UMBC’s Choice Program is Helping Teens Get on Track

Imhotep Simba and Abdul Brannum may have had a brush with the law, but now they’re turning their lives around thanks to UMBC’s Choice Program that gives troubled teens new opportunities.

Kentlands Mansion Hosts Vintage Bridal Gown Show

Montgomery County’s historic Kentlands Mansion recently hosted a display of bridal dresses from brides ofrom the ’30s to the ’70s.

Maryland Lawmakers Form State’s First Latino Caucus

Five delegates and one state senator recently joined together to announce the creation of the General Assembly’s first ever Latino Caucus.

University of Maryland Students Enjoy Their First Snow Day of the School Year With a Snowball Fight

It was every (snow)man and woman for themselves as students at the University of Maryland celebrated their first snow day with a giant snowball fight.

Local Hardware Store Owner Creates A New Way to “Flush” Away the Snow

Local hardware store owner David Goldberg is on a special “potty patrol” thanks to his own unique invention.

New Technology Revealed at 2015 Naval Force Expo

New Robot technology revealed on the first day of the Naval Force Expo on February 4th 2015.

‘Death with Dignity’ Bill Would Allow Terminally Ill Patients in Maryland to End Their Lives

Companion House and Senate bills were introduced this week