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WDBJ7 ReporterHe's in charge of thousands of soldiers and traveled around the world for decades fighting for our country. Today General Dennis Via came back to his roots. This was an entrance only few men and women receive, and one students in Martinsville and...
Dylan Guest's elementary school world was full of frustration and embarrassment. Everything about his special education classes was a struggle. He came home each day demoralized and asked his mother why people called him a "retard." And then in fifth...
Across Baltimore County, schools will begin holding Back-to-Schoolnight activities, some starting as early as this week. The events give parents a way of learning about their child's school, its upcoming events, volunteer and involvement activities, and...
Tags: PTA, Back to School, High Schools, Elementary Schools, Education
The year 1862 turned out to be a big year for Washington County and the United States. On Sept. 17, 1862 — 150 years ago — two armies collided outside the sleepy little town of Sharpsburg along the banks of Antietam Creek. That day would...
On the second floor of the Sudbrook Arts Centre in Pikesville, Tim Fox snapped his fingers to live piano music as he watched his three teenage ballet students move elegantly through their growing repertoire of ballet positions. "This is not brain...
The domestic drama unfolding on the stage of Everyman Theatre these days in Michael Weller's "Fifty Words" can get pretty messy — stories about marriage frequently are. But the set that the two actors in this play get to inhabit is a study in calm,...
George Washington Carver said, “Where there is no vision, there is no hope,” a quote that is befitting the recent decision of the Washington County Commissioners and the Hagerstown Mayor and City Council to fund a multiuse sports and events...
Two area middle school students will be among the 11 students honored April 17 in the 15th Annual Baltimore County Middle School Writing Contest. The contest, sponsored and judged by the senior literary arts students at George Washington Carver Center...
To appreciate the present, we must remember the past To the editor: It is interesting how times and educational fads change. In a recent column in The Herald-Mail, the writer mentioned a supposedly relatively obscure famous black person — George...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLeon Brumback, a longtime educator in Washington County Public Schools who blazed new trails as a black student, was remembered during a ceremony Sunday as one who was the “wind under the wings” of countless students in the county. Brumback...
Most people know that February is Black History Month. Many have heard of many famous and important contributors to the advancement of this great nation, such as Frederick Douglass, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., Thurgood Marshall and many others....
The nine students selected to participate in the Ballet for Boys Only class are: Justin Buchoff, age 13, Sudbrook Magnet Middle School Raj Caparros, age 9, Wellwood International School Stuart Deininger, age 7, Bedford Elementary School Jamal...
Tags: Middle Schools, Schools, Elementary Schools
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