Leonardtown, MD -- Maryland largest Veteran’s Day parade gets bigger and better every year. The 40th annual Leonardtown parade and ceremony Nov. 11 featured almost 3,000 people walking or riding the parade route and thousands of spectators lining the streets of town.
I am humbled and moved to receive this award from the Maryland Democratic Party and the People with Disabilities Leadership Council.
As a way of empowering the community and honoring those who support the party’s ideals and principles, the Prince George’s County Democratic Central Committee hosted its annual Ploughman and Fisherman Unity Dinner on Oct. 22 at the Martin’s Caterers Camelot in Upper Marlboro.
I was honored to join fellow Democrats in Prince George's County last night. Next year is going to be a banner year for our party in Maryland and across the country.
Eight schools across Maryland were designated by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan with a National Blue Ribbon Award last week, including a private Calvert County school.
A new act began for the Black Box Theatre in the town of Indian Head on Wednesday with a ribbon-cutting to celebrate renovations.
Congressman Steny H. Hoyer announced on Sept. 4 that the Bowie Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad will receive a $1.87 million SAFER grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Hosting the Annual Women’s Equality Day Luncheon is one of my favorite occasions of the year, and I am honored to join in celebrating the 95th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
On August 6, the Voting Rights Act turned 50, a milestone anniversary on which we celebrate the promise of American democracy while remembering that our nation has not always lived up to that promise.
I’m pleased that our region will be receiving this funding through HIDTA to help communities deal with the challenge of heroin trafficking in our state.