HURLOCK — Gov. Larry Hogan will be on the Eastern Shore on Monday, Oct. 19, with stops in Hurlock, Cambridge, St. Michaels and Salisbury.
CORDOVA — Raising two little girls was never easy as a full-time paramedic, especially since Catherine Stichberry’s husband, a tow-truck driver, has the same sporadic work schedule as her. But since March, Stichberry has faced some of the hardest decisions…
CENTREVILLE — Amy Moredock has been named director of planning and zoning for Queen Anne’s County, moving up from principal planner.
By Jared Grizzle Special to the AFRO Sitting at home, worlds away from peers and instructors is not the way most students hoped they would be starting the fall semester. For 22-year-old Coppin State University student Tyrek Goy his mindset approaching the Fall 2020 semester was no different. Goy is a senior criminal justice major […]
OXFORD — Kanye West is not officially on Maryland ‘s presidential ballot but he is encouraging his millions of social media followers to write in his name in Maryland and other states.
By Emily Withnall, Community Change Fellow For the 2020 elections, child care has become a central issue for voters. Child care is a practical and logistical concern for individual families and it is also a critical public investment for communities. Access to affordable, high-quality child care for all children means a commitment to racial, economic, […]
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University of Maryland student Sam Chuzin received a positive test result from a rapid test last week and was sent to quarantine housing with other COVID-19-positive students. When his PCR test came back negative, however, he was sent to isolation housing and must stay there for another week because he was exposed during his time in quarantine.
Protestors spent the day exercising their first amendment right to oppose the supreme court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett. Their chants even brought out some congressional leaders from the Senate building.
Cam Spence, who came to Maryland as one of the highest-rated recruits in the team’s 2017 class, had a collegiate career plagued with injuries, forcing him to retire in 2019. After retirement, Spence spent last season as a signal caller for the Terps defense. Amidst the pandemic, Spence took the opportunity to create a name for himself in the coaching world. He spent the summer training NFL players including Cavon Walker (Steelers), Javon Kinlaw (49ers), Keandre Jones (Bengals) and more.
Alanna Dennis, who has asthma, saw her oxygen level plummet into the 70s, a dangerous zone that calls for a rush to the emergency room. The 55-year-old Anne Arundel County government employee felt on the edge of death, battling a barrage of coronavirus' grueling symptoms. She didn’t want to die alone in a hospital room.
CHESTERTOWN — Republican Andy Harris is facing a challenge for his seat representing Maryland's 1st District in the U.S. House of Representatives from Democrat Mia Mason.