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Barry and Mary Gossett donate $21.25 million to Maryland for academic programs for athletes
The donation, one of the largest in school history, will go toward the development of the Barry and Mary Gossett Center for Academic and Personal Excellence.

In effort to regain benefits, Howard County school board chair says she is cognitively disabled
Cynthia Vaillancourt of Ellicott City is suing to restore her private disability benefits.

Angela Alsobrooks joins chorus of candidates calling on Rushern Baker to fire Pr. George’s sch
One of the state’s attorney’s rivals in the county executive race, Donna F. Edwards, suggested Alsobrooks’s timing was politically motivated.

A toy gun. A social media post. And fear in a Fairfax school.
Police investigate after student’s post of him holding a toy gun leads to online rumors of shooting.

In Maryland’s largest jurisdiction, contest for county executive seen as anybody’s race
The victor in the June 26 Democratic primary will be overwhelmingly favored to win the job leading affluent, diverse Montgomery County.

When will Mother Nature make Washington warm again?
You're forgiven if your patience is wearing thin.

Former governor Parris Glendening backs Rushern Baker in Maryland governor race
Glendening cited Baker’s good character and record on the environment in his endorsement.

Kindergarten teacher tapped for top honors in Montgomery County
Educator lauded for her lively classroom and skill in helping students with special needs.

City attorney: Police chase began with D.C. officers angry over a red-light runner and ended in a fa
A police panel is weighing possible discipline for an officer who shot a motorcyclist Terrence Sterling in 2016.

D.C.’s school scandals are barely registering with the public. That shows how little we value
Without improvements to education, we’ll never fix the myriad problems plaguing our society.

Montgomery council hopeful questions Leggett’s all-male at-large endorsements
County Executive Isiah Leggett gave the nod to four male council candidates. A female candidate asks: What about the women?

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