Cameras on school buses catch drivers who illegally pass stopped buses

Silver Spring, MD- Starting April 8th, drivers in Prince George’s County will need to be careful when stopping near a school bus. The public school system has partnered with camera tech company BusPatrol to install cameras in all school buses…

Prince George’s County looks to return to normal with re-openings

Upper Marlboro, MD – As spring starts to bloom, nature centers and other attractions in Prince George’s County are re-opening and restoring a sense of normalcy. Residents are signing up to get outside and get back to their favorite points…

DACA advocates urge U.S. Senate to vote for path of citizenship

Washington- One DACA recipient explains why a pathway to citizenship is critical for her and her family. 

Maryland begins new Covid vaccine phase, residents 60 and over now eligible

Baltimore- Governor Larry Hogan announced Maryland residents 60 and over are now eligible to receive the Covid vaccine after the state transitioned to phase 2A of the vaccine distribution plan today. Individuals with disabilities will now be eligible to be vaccinated under phase 2B and six additional mass vaccination sites will be added by the end of April.

Feed Anne Arundel: Helping Tyler Heights

Feed Anne Arundel is a nonprofit collaborative created during the coronavirus pandemic to help restaurants and families in need in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, through food and other necessities.

Governor Hogan announces three new mass vaccination sites in Maryland

Governor Hogan promised the addition of a new mass vaccination site in the southern, eastern and western regions of Maryland. This comes as the state hit a record high of 35,730 shots per day. The sites will be at Blue Crabs Stadium, the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center and the Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

The University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies receives a $9 million gift

College Park, MD – Since the start of the pandemic, TDPS has had to transition most of its classes and events online. The Brin Family, which has a long-standing connection with UMD and a love for the performing arts, recently donated…

Maryland Athletics launches Momentum

With a rise in professional athletes using their platforms to speak out for personal causes, many colleges are adapting. The University of Maryland has partnered with Opendorse to create a program for building their student-athletes’ brands.

Baltimore organizations work to get COVID relief money to underserved residents

Mayor Brandon Scott relaunched a $6 million emergency COVID relief program for the city.  The program begins March 1, distributing $400 debit cards to up to 15,000 households with a focus on marginalized communities.

Opioid-related deaths increase amid COVID-19 pandemic

Drug and alcohol related fatalities in Maryland have increased since the pandemic, and minority communities were hit the hardest, according to a recent report.