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Past articles by Ron:

Elkridge Woman To Compete On CBS’ ‘Big Brother’

Faknule will be competing against 15 other houseguests for the top prize of $500,000. → Read More

3 Long Reach High School Students Celebrated For Award-Winning Documentary

It was a day of celebration at Long Reach High School in Columbia. → Read More

Cancer Survivor Running Maryland Half Marathon To Benefit Center That Treated Him

A Maryland cancer survivor is gearing up to run a half marathon benefiting the very cancer center that treated his rare form of bone marrow cancer. → Read More

24/7 Harford County Crisis Center Opens For Mental Health, Addiction

The center will service adults who are voluntarily seeking behavioral, mental health or substance use health care in a safe and comfortable setting. → Read More

Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Debuts New Fire Rescue Boat ‘Miss Linda 2’

The new boat replaces the 14-year-old Miss Linda, which reached the end of the line last November, mechanical breakdowns were happening almost every day, the Miss Linda Two is a state of the art vessel. → Read More

Allergy Season Hits Baltimore Hard Even As Pollen Counts Drop

Dr. Golden said even though the pollen count has dipped this month other factors are making people feel miserable. → Read More

‘Students Are Learning By Doing’ | Baltimore Urban Gardening With Students Teaching Youth The Importance Of Nutritional Choices

In Baltimore, there is a new partnership that is teaching young people about the importance of nutritional choices. → Read More

‘It’s Breathtaking’ | New Baltimore Ronald McDonald House Officially Opens Its Doors

The new $34 million house is located on North Aisquith Street and replaces the old house on West Lexington Street which had been open for 37 years. → Read More

Maryland Film Festival Begins Wednesday

Its the festival's 21st year, movies will be shown on six screens, three screens at the Parkway Theater and three at the Maryland Institute College of Art. → Read More

Homemade Wine, Local Artists And Musicians Set For 16th Annual Highlandtown Wine Festival

When you think of wine, you probably don' think of Highlandtown, but over the last decade, that has changed. → Read More

Dunbar High School Student Wins $40K From Henrietta Lacks Scholarship

A Dunbar High School student is this year's recipient of the Henrietta Lacks Scholarship, Serigne Ndiaye, who is from Senegal, is an eleventh grader at Dunbar, the scholarship is valued at $40,000. → Read More

University Of Maryland Medical School Uses New Drone To Transport Donor Organs

A pioneering medical breakthrough that will help organ transplant recipients was announced by the University of Maryland Medical School. → Read More

Historic Hampden Church Turned Workspace Opens Friday

For those who decide to rent a space, it includes free beer, coffee and wi-fi. → Read More

‘I Just Try My Hardest’ | 10-Year-Old Frederick Girl Born Without Hands Wins Handwriting Contest

A Frederick girl, born without hands, is overcoming obstacles and excelling at school. → Read More

Prom Dress Giveaway For Teens In Need Saturday At Owings Mills Library

The Owings Mills branch of the Baltimore County Public Library is giving away prom attire this Saturday. → Read More

‘Trax On Wax’ Brings Vinyl Records To All Ages With Store, New Pop-Up Van

Album sales were up 15 percent last year, Gebler said it may be surprising who is going back to the future. → Read More

Award-Winning Play Returns To Harford County, Sheds Light On Heroin Addiction

The award-winning play "Addiction" returned to Harford County to place a spotlight on the community's heroin epidemic. → Read More

Wockenfuss Candies To Host 7th Annual Factory Tour, Expecting 3K Guests

Those with a sweet tooth will have the chance to see how their favorite candies are made Saturday at Wockenfuss Candies in Baltimore. → Read More

DNA Linked To Slaves From Sierra Leone Found In Maryland

An archaeological discovery of major importance is made in Anne Arundel County. → Read More

Maryland Shoemaker Becomes Top Cobbler After Winning International Competition

Sunny Yoo works at his family's business, Cobber & Company. They have two locations, the Metro Centre in Owings Mills and at Arundel Mills. → Read More