North Point High School in Waldorf was the focal point for the 20th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast held by the Charles County Chapter of the NAACP Monday, Jan. 19.
Lawmakers in the both the House and Senate introduced bills on Tuesday to raise federal employees’ pay 3.8 percent across the board in 2016.
Eighteen of Maryland’s jurisdictions, Charles County among them, will benefit from a federal education grant designated to improve the recipients’ pre-kindergarten programs.
Today, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-5) and U.S. Senators Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin (both D-MD) announced a $1,987,432.00 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) through its Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) program to the University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center in La Plata, Maryland to fund the replacement of three undersized emergency generators and automatic transfer switches at the medical center to ensure critical services are supported during power outages.
The second open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act is going well for Maryland. In fact, it’s going 29 times better than it did last year, said U.S. Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md., 5th) in a conference call Wednesday.
Nearly one-third of the homeless veterans in Southern Maryland will have the chance to get assistance with affordable housing after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development issued 21 housing vouchers for use in the region.
Congressman Steny H. Hoyer released the following statement after the House passed H.R. 83, the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2015, which will fund the federal government through September 2015 and prevent a government shutdown.
Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, Chris Van Hollen, Dutch Ruppersberger, and John Sarbanes held a meeting with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Secretary Bob McDonald to discuss the July 2014 Inspector General’s Report on the VA’s Baltimore Regional Office and what actions the VA is taking to ensure that these issues are not repeated in the future.
Maryland lawmakers and Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker's office announced Thursday that a $2,017,125 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will help to acquire six homes that were threatened by a severe slope failure in Fort Washington.
As the sound of pile driver at the Edward St. John’s Learning and Teaching Center construction site boomed across Campus Drive, officials broke ground Friday morning on another project: a bioengineering building aimed at forwarding research in a relatively new field.