Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) held a 5k Turkey Trot last month to benefit the Southern Maryland Food Bank. More than 200 CCPS employees participated in the run and helped raise more than $5,000. On Dec. 5, Brenda DiCarlo, director of the Southern Maryland Food Bank, right, accepted the donation from Superintendent of Schools Kimberly A. Hill, and Hill’s executive assistant, Debbie Iverson, who coordinated the event.

CCPS hosts fun run for food bank donations

News Release, Charles County Public Schools La Plata, MD- Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) hosted its first fun run last

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The dome of Maryland’s State House rises above buildings in Annapolis, Maryland, on Nov. 5, 2019. Capital News Service photo by Elliott Davis.

Md. lawmakers expect education to dominate 2020 session

By: Elliot Davis, Capital News Service ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Reforming Maryland’s public education system. Building new schools. Addressing gun safety.

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Celebrating the spirit of generosity shown to the College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Foundation on Giving Tuesday are, from left, CSM Development Coordinator Toni Kruszka and Student Assistant Llana Coloma. In all, 247 individuals were part of CSM's Giving Tuesday to support scholarships, student success and leadership potential.

Giving Tuesday Demonstrates Spirit of Giving at CSM; $137K donated

News Release, Collge of Southern Maryland With student support at the forefront, the College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Foundation saw

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María Gutierrez, CASA de Maryland’s field director for Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia, tells a man in Langley Park about the census on a recent Saturday. Beside Gutierrez is Meybelin Juarez, a CASA volunteer whom Gutierrez trained. “It’s important to be counted so we can be respected,” Gutierrez told the man in Spanish. (Ian Round/Capital News Service)

In Maryland, advocates educate immigrants about the census

By: Ian Round, Capital News Service LANGLEY PARK, Maryland—Two men smoked cigarettes and talked outside an apartment building in Langley

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Maryland expects to reduce its backlog of 6,500 untested rape kits within five years. (Ellsworth Air Force Base)

MD to Crack Rape Kit Backlog with New Law, Funds

By: Diane Bernard, Public News Service ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Millions of dollars are set to help police departments in Maryland

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An electronic toll gantry on Route 200, the InterCounty Connector. Photo by Doug Kerr with Flickr Creative Commons License.

Maryland uses surveillance, data to track motorists, traffic

By: Eric Myers, Capital News Service Motorists in Maryland may be aware of the cameras that enforce speed and red-light

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College of Southern Maryland (CSM) students complete their Continuing Education and Workforce Development Healthcare programs to become clinical medical assistants, certified nursing assistants, geriatric nursing assistants, dental assistants, electrocardiogram technicians, phlebotomy technicians and certified medicine aides.

Healthcare Pinning Ceremony Recognizes 70 CSM Graduates

News Release, College of Southern Maryland The College of Southern Maryland recognized 70 students Dec. 10 for completing their Continuing

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