Volunteers helped the United Way of Central Maryland host a holiday market to provide area families facing financial insecurity with holiday gifts for their children.
Construction has begun on a new behavioral health unit at the Johns Hopkins Howard County Medical Center that aims to expand treatment space, address overcrowding issues and provide more timely care for patients experiencing a mental health crisis.
Maryland State Senator Clarence Lam has declared his candidacy for the United States Congress. In a press release, Lam said his campaign would focus on public service, promoting progressive values, […]
Universities Space Research Association of Columbia has selected David C. Noone to serve as the new director of the Earth from Space Institute, an independent center that promotes the application […]
Former Gov. Parris Glendening will chair the Maryland 250 Commission, which will develop, encourage and execute an inclusive, statewide, year-long observance of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the […]
MarylandSaves, the workplace savings and retirement program created by the state of Maryland, won a 2023 Excellence & Innovation Award from Pensions & Investments Magazine and the Defined Contribution Institutional […]
Representatives from the federal government, academia and private industry recently convened at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, in Laurel, for a tabletop exercise to assess the nation’s preparedness for […]
Savage, Maryland almost became Santa Heim, Merrieland. A new exhibit at the Howard County Welcome Center tells the story.
The hoisting of the U.S. flag in front of the historic Old Post Office on Main Street, which serves as the county’s welcome center, marked yet another milestone in the city’s flood recovery.
Hospice of the Chesapeake CEO to exit; interim CEO appointed Michael Brady, interim president and CEO of Pasadena-based Hospice of the Chesapeake, will leave the hospice and supportive care organization […]