Tuesday May 21
How Feds Fail
During a panel discussion on innovation's role in government on Monday, an audience member asked participants how they react when innovations fail.
The Waterloo Region Record
Travel: Maryland driving tour explores life and work of Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman was injured as a child by a slave owner at the Bucktown Village Store on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
AvePoint Honored as Finalist in Four Categories of 2013 GOVTek Awards
GOVTek Awards winners will be announced Sunday, June 2 at the GOVTek Awards Gala in Cambridge, MD.
D.C. reporter to run for cancer as he battles it
It is a race in more ways than one for one of our own at WTOP. And you can help.
Maryland wildlife refuge: Retrace Harriet Tubman's swampy path to freedom
Susan Meredith is co-owner of the Bucktown Village Store on Maryland's Eastern Shore, which has been preserved as a museum to honor Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad that led slaves to freedom.
Researchers say more oysters needed to clean up Chesapeake Bay
No, not on the half-shell, with a squirt of lemon, but in its watery habitat, the Choptank River.
Cambridge officer charged with rape
A Dorchester County grand jury indicted Officer Carlton Brittingham Jr. of Rhodesdale last week on charges of second-degree rape, false imprisonment and other sex offenses related to an incident in the county in September.