Mt. Hebron’s robotics team won first place at the two-day For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics Competition in the Chesapeake District, which was held at McDonogh School from March 15 to March 17. The FIRST Robotics Competition is an international high school robotics tournament […]
The internet and social media are said to be the electricity of the 21st century, a growing gateway to unlimited amounts of information, including a realm of irrational challenges and trends. These platforms allow people to stay connected and reach out to one another. Many people live off […]
For what has thought to have been occurring for over a year now, millions of Uighur Muslims and those of other ethnic minorities have been forcibly placed into mass detention camps in and around Xinjiang and Kashgar, Western China, simply because of their Islamic faith. Chinese locals refer […]
February in the United States is a month known for its short length as well as its romance. However, an important aspect of the month that is sometimes forgotten is the annual observance of African American History Month, more popularly known as Black History Month. From Plessy v. […]
On Feb. 26, over 200 members of the Oakland Mills Middle School staff and student body aided in the improvement of the home of a Howard County Resident known as Mss. Wilson. Wilson, who was in need of numerous home repairs, had come to Rebuilding Together Howard County, […]
On Saturday, Feb. 16, firefighters and paramedics were sent to West Springs Drive, Ellicott City just off of Town and Country Boulevard at about 10:30 p.m. after reports of an apartment fire. According to authorities, both civilians and firefighters were able to evacuate the building safely and no […]
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