Tags » University Of Maryland-College Park

University of Maryland's Proposal for Alcoholic Sales In Limbo Until 7pm Today

Today at 7pm, the Prince George’s County liquor board will hold a public hearing about the decision to allow alcoholic sales at the University of Maryland College Park’s sporting events. 339 more words

Mamaroneck's Hemida overcomes and flourishes

Before he became a state champion, there were a few brief moments when Youssif Hemida questioned whether he’d ever step back onto a wrestling mat. 1,069 more words


BASEBALL: Herman already making an impact for Eastern

Jack Herman came into his first season of high school baseball already under the spotlight.

Before the newcomer took his first swing or made his first defensive play for Eastern High School, Herman had already been offered and accepted a baseball scholarship to the University of Maryland. 606 more words


Jones: Former Viera coach helps Maryland to Final Four

When Maryland takes on UConn in the women’s Final Four on Sunday, there will be a lot of Shay Robinson fans in the stands from Brevard County. 1,154 more words


Big Ten shines bright with Final Four in own backyard

MILWAUKEE – After Michigan State clinched a spot in the Final Four over the weekend, Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker wrote a short but pointed note on Twitter that packed as much of a punch as one of his slam dunks. 748 more words


UMd. Student Who Sent Racist Email Won't Return This Semester

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Officials say a Maryland college student won’t return to campus this semester after an email he sent filled with racist and sexist language was made public. 123 more words


Obama's niece threatened before Princeton-Maryland game

COLLEGE PARK, MD. — Security was increased at Monday night’s Princeton-Maryland NCAA tournament women’s basketball game after a phone message was received detailing a threat against President Obama’s niece, according to a person with knowledge of the threat who was not authorized to speak publicly because of security issues. 148 more words

SEC News