Computer hackers have breached major government computers in Atlanta and Baltimore, giving us reason to raise an alarm.
Articles by Paul Katula
The schoolgirl whose father is the named plaintiff in a landmark court case about segregation died Sunday at the age of 75.
Annie closed last weekend in Reisterstown, Md., singing a hopeful message even through dark times and a hard life.
The gun-themed March for Our Lives took place in dozens of cities across America (and the world), incl. Washington.
The school safety or gun control issue can’t even stay away from a musical about a spelling bee on a high school stage in Maryland.
Student protests over gun violence and school safety occurred in the US Wednesday, with students walking out for 17 mins.
A student at Conant H.S. in IL was killed in a fiery car crash Sunday. Speed was believed to be involved in causing the crash.
Liberty H.S. in Md. shows how much a community can be counted on to provide support for schools, esp. in music & the arts.
The wind symphony from Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS performed on the stage at Carnegie Hall in NYC Tuesday, moving forward.
Police and school officials in a few Md. school systems have been investigating threats since the mass shooting in Fla.