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Governor Hogan proclaims 2020 as Year of the Woman in Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan has proclaimed 2020 as the Year of the Woman in Maryland as the state prepares to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. At the kickoff event held at The Lightbox Studio in Annapolis, Governor Hogan was joined by members of the Governor’s Commission on …


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Overlea High School student chosen to speak at national AVID Summer Institute

TOWSON, MD. – She sat in the audience. And then, she discovered that she was actually the reason for the assembly. Madison Wood, a senior at Overlea High School, learned on May 1 that she has been selected from 1,000 applicants to be a speaker at the AVID Summer Institute in Philadelphia on July 19. AVID stands for Advancement Via …


Parkville Middle principal named regional principal of the year by Magnet Schools of America

Erin O’Toole-Trivas, principal of Parkville Middle School, and Susan Ellerbee, multi-media magnet teacher at Randallstown High School, have been named Region 2 Principal of the Year and Region 2 Teacher of the Year by Magnet Schools of America. As regional winners in their categories, O’Toole-Trivas and Ellerbee are contenders to be named national winners during the closing reception of the …

DellaRose’s to host Grace Erline Memorial Scholarship fundraiser on Sept. 21

A White Marsh tavern will be honoring the memory of a local college student next week. DellaRose’s Avenue Tavern will hold a fundraiser on Wednesday, September 21, to help fund the Grace Erline Memorial Scholarship (or GEMS). Grace G. Erline was a junior at Notre Dame of Maryland University, where she was studying for a bachelor’s degree in radiological studies, …