A 17-year-old Mechanicsville boy allegedly brought a loaded handgun to a Leonardtown High School basketball game on Friday night, police say, and is being charged as an adult.
A formal complaint by a legal team representing Melissa and Daniel Willey, whose daughter was fatally shot two years ago by another student at Great Mills High School, was filed against the St. Mary’s County Board of Education in federal court on Friday.
Sighs of either relief, or disappointment, were heard throughout the courtroom Friday evening when a jury acquitted Andrew Gordon Duncanson of all charges, including second-degree murder, after three hours of deliberation.
A professor and political analyst told an audience Monday morning inside St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Campus Center to ask themselves three things when thinking about serving: Do you want to serve? How do you serve? What’s the best way to serve others?
Budget unification for local college campuses will be brought to Annapolis for discussion in the Maryland General Assembly.
Six months and 10 days after being initially challenged physically, mentally and morale-wise, 30 individuals are ready to wear badges and provide protection to Southern Maryland.
At the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum next week, artists and scientists will share how innovation takes flight through a special evening event featuring a panel discussion and concert.
Chef Amanda Granados, a culinary arts teacher, tells students and parents about what's expected of the young chefs once accepted to the program at the Dr. James A. Forrest Career and Technology Center during the school's annual Tech Expo that welcomed parents and students to learn more about…