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A 46-year-old man died Saturday afternoon in a single-vehicle motorcycle collision in Columbia, Howard County police said.
A product of Jim Crow, Maryland’s historically Black colleges beckon to students of color today as a ‘safe space’ in a racially tense nation
Maryland’s four HBCUs — Morgan State, Bowie State, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne and Coppin State University in Baltimore — are about to receive an infusion of funding that will allow them to expand academic offerings and offer more financial aid to students.
Anne Arundel County police quacked a travel hazard Saturday, helping a mother duck and her ducklings cross a busy street in Hanover.
Black students and faculty say they are often marginalized at private schools and forced to put up with microagressions and racial attitudes from fellow students and sometimes teachers. The schools need to do more in the name of equity and inclusion.
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball on Wednesday put his support behind keeping — but changing — the public school system’s program to have police officers in some buildings.
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Improving downtown Taneytown was on the minds of those asking questions at a recent in-person forum for the four candidates running for three seats on Taneytown’s City Council.
Emergent BioSolutions faces a shareholder lawsuit and congressional scrutiny over its troubles making a COVID vaccine.
The town council will take up discussion at its Monday meeting on a proposal that limits noise from speakers, radios, or human shouting or yelling to 60 to 75 decibels depending on the time of day and location on the boardwalk.