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Maryland parents battle with school districts to get special education services for their children
Tracy Sherman is one woman who took on the system and won. She says third grade was a struggle for her daughter, Jaelynn, who attends Rosa Parks Middle School in Prince George’s County.
Mountain Maryland Music Institute summer camps announced
MCHENRY — The Mountain Maryland Music Institute directed by Dr. Sean Beachy and staffed by several professional musicians, will return to Garrett College this summer, offering summer camps in both choral and instrumental music instruction for youth from elementary through high school.
Gardening classes offered by Maryland Extension
Upon completion, participants will be certified as Maryland Master Gardeners. Some benefits of the program include volunteer service to the community, learning basic and advanced gardening skills and continuing education opportunities through University of Maryland faculty and staff.
Western Maryland 4-H/FFA District Show held
Swine showmanship winners were Joseph Paugh, overall champion showman and champion intermediate showman; Renee Winegardner, overall reserve champion showman and champion senior showman; Jakob Fullerton, champion junior showman; Leah Fratz, reserve champion junior showman; Malea Fullerton, reserve ch
2018 Southern Maryland high school spring sports standings
The following standings reflect scores reported to Southern Maryland Newspapers as of 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 23.To change a team's record, the team’s head coach should firstname.lastname@example.org. Southern Maryland Newspapers will take change of records from head coaches or athletic directors only.
Bingo World Of Maryland selects CasinoTrac management system -
Bingo World of Maryland, one of the largest bingo halls in Maryland, has elected to install the Table Trac, Inc.’s CasinoTrac management system.
Stuff the Bus Food Drive Campaign Yields Hundreds of Pounds of Food | Southern Maryland News Net
St. Mary’s County residents stepped up to the challenge during the recent Stuff the Bus food drive. The event was held Saturday, May 19 despite stormy weather conditions. This, however, did not deter those who dropped off food donations.
Lexington Park Man Wanted for Escape by St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office | Southern Maryland News Net
The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the whereabouts of Adam Christopher Kelson, 32, of Lexington Park. Kelson is currently wanted for Escape 2ndDegree, due to violating the terms of his pre-trial release; his original charge was Burglary 2ndDegree. Kelson is a black male, 6’3” in hei
St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Participate in Border-to-Border Seat Belt Usage Initiative | Southern Maryland News Net
On May 21, 2018, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Deputies participated in a Border-to-Border initiative sponsored by the Maryland Highway Safety Office. Officers conducted enforcement for various violations, specifically focusing on seat belt usage in the area of the county borders with Charles a
3 more teens charged in death of Maryland police officer
These May 2018 photos shows, from left, Darrell Jaymar Ward, Eugene Robert Genius, Derrick Eugene Matthews and Dawnta Anthony Harris. (Baltimore County Police and Fire Department via AP)
University of Maine College Baseball 9 vs Maryland Baltimore County 4
ORONO, Maine – The No. 5 seed University of Maine baseball team staved off elimination from the America East Tournament by topping No.3 seed UMBC, 9-4, on Wednesday night at Mahaney Diamond. The Black Bears (20-33) will play tomorrow night at 6 p.m. against a to be determined opponent while UMBC (22
Severna Park beats Churchill in overtime for third Maryland boys’ lacrosse title in a row
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Michael Harmeyer sliced through the Churchill defense and sized the knockout blow, churning his legs with a defender at his hip.
Maryland's Wild 'Mushroom House' on the Market Again After Extensive Remodel
One of the most unusual homes inBethesda, MD—the so-called mushroom house—is back on the market after an extensive remodel. It’s looking for a new owner who will appreciate its unique design, which looks as if it stepped straight out of the pages of aJ.R.R. Tolkiennovel.
Governor Hogan: E-ZPass transponders free for Maryland drivers
“We continue moving forward with a commitment to provide relief for Maryland taxpayers by putting an additional $46 million back into the pockets of hard-working middle-class families, retirees, and small businesses - and back into our growing economy,” said Hogan.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, wife announce birth of granddaughter
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, center, smiles after signing a bill to ban the hydraulic drilling practice known as fracking in the state on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 in Annapolis, Md. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
CFPB wins $21 mln default judgment from Maryland debt relief firm
In a decision on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge George Russell also permanently banned the company, Federal Debt Assistance Association (FDAA), and its owners from offering debt relief or credit repair services in the future.
Official: Mortar Explodes In Man's Face In Maryland
CHURCHVILLE, Md. (WJZ) —A 21-year-old man was airlifted to a trauma center after a mortar exploded in his face, a Harford County Fire official said.
Maryland ballots won't be reprinted after death of gubernatorial candidate
A decision to not reprint ballots for the Maryland gubernatorial primary race is getting mixed reactions. Democratic Candidate Kevin Kamenetz died two weeks ago and his running mate -- Valerie Ervin -- decided to take over the ticket.
Maryland Governor Cuts E-Z Pass Fee For New Customers
$4 Safety Whistle Saves The Life Of Stranded Md. KayakerMaryland Governor Cuts E-Z Pass Fee For New CustomersD.C. Teacher Inspires Students With Field Trip To His Graduation In BaltimoreA Look At The Criminal Past Of The Teen Accused Of Killing Officer Amy CaprioComing Up This Evening On WJZThird Su
E-ZPass devices now free for Maryland drivers
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Just in time for the kickoff to the summer holiday season, it’ll be cheaper—and potentially faster—for Marylanders to get to beach.