Oriole Park at Camden Yards 2024 preview: Natty Boh returns, Coca-Cola partnership, new dishes

BALTIMORE, MD—The Baltimore Orioles are ready to welcome fans back to the No. 1 fan-rated ballpark in all of Major League Baseball with exciting new food items, ticket deals, and sponsors, and returning fan-favorite experiences like the Bird Bath. The Orioles on Monday announced a slate of exciting new and returning features at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the […]

WalletHub ranks 2024’s top 10 colleges & universities in Maryland [VIDEO]

BALTIMORE, MD—With the first “early decision” college-application deadline looming on November 1, and tuition and room and board at a four-year college costing $27,940 – $57,570 per year, the personal-finance website WalletHub this week released its 2024’s Best College & University Rankings report, in addition to separate rankings for colleges and for universities. To help college-bound seniors make the most […]

Governor Moore announces seven new, redesignated Enterprise Zones in Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Wes Moore has announced that the Maryland Department of Commerce approved three new Enterprise Zones – Woodlawn in Baltimore County; the towns of Betterton and Worton in Kent County; and the town of Snow Hill in Worcester County. The department also approved the redesignation and expansion of an existing zone in the town of Princess Anne, and has […]

2023 BCPS Film Expo honors 10 projects from 8 schools

TOWSON, MD—Several award-winning student films were showcased recently at the 2023 BCPS Film Expo. Held on May 16 at The Senator Theatre, the BCPS Film Expo is Baltimore County’s largest student film competition. In its eighth year, the competition attracted 148 film and GIF entries from 27 schools, including the Virtual Learning Program. Ten films were selected as favorites by […]

New artificial intelligence career and technical education program approved for Baltimore County Public Schools

TOWSON, MD—The Maryland State Department of Education has approved Baltimore County Public Schools’ plans to launch an artificial intelligence program in the 2023-2024 school year as one of its career and technical education (CTE) offerings. The program, officially titled Computer and Information Sciences Artificial Intelligence, will be offered at George Washington Carver Center for Arts & Technology, Sollers Point Technical […]

Governor Hogan announces emergency order banning TikTok, other China-/Russia-based apps in state government

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced that the State of Maryland has issued an emergency cybersecurity directive to prohibit the use of certain Chinese and Russian-influenced products and platforms for the executive branch of state government, including TikTok. These entities present an unacceptable level of cybersecurity risk to the state, and may be involved in activities such as cyber-espionage, […]

NASA P-3 aircraft to conduct atmospheric studies over Baltimore, DC

BALTIMORE, MD—A NASA aircraft will fly over the Interstate 95 corridor from Washington D.C. to Baltimore and Hampton, Virginia, in support of an atmospheric campaign in the mid-Atlantic region between July 5 and 16, 2022, NASA reported this week. The four-engine turboprop P-3 aircraft, based at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, will fly five days during the 12-day period […]

2022 BCPS Film Expo honors 17 projects from 11 schools

TOWSON, MD—The 2022 BCPS Film Expo event showcased films produced by Baltimore County Public Schools students from 11 schools. Held on May 17 at The Senator Theatre, the BCPS Film Expo is Baltimore County’s largest student film competition. In its seventh year, the competition attracted 158 film, GIF, and poster entries from six middle schools and 16 high schools. Seventeen […]