30 Sep


Click the links below to read more about the stories I wrote while at WBFF

Parents charged with death of 9-day-old son


9-year-old caught in crossfire in Waverly


Six suspects charged in August homicide, armed robbery


AACO Police identify suspect in armed robbery


Man charged with attempted murder in Annapolis shooting


Upton shooting leaves one woman deceased 


Liquor store clerk shoots attempted armed robbers, one dead


Severn woman’s death ruled homicide after house fire


Man stabbed, robbed by homeless man in Glen Burnie


Anti-police graffiti hits new Hampden apartments


23-year-old dead in fatal shooting


Boy, 6, injured in ATV accident


Modern day Bonnie and Clyde couple captured after series of East Coast bank robberies


General Mills recalls green beans due to possible Listeria contamination


Man indicted on sex trafficking charges


Code Red Heat Advisory issued for weekend


Three dead in apparent murder-suicide



29 Sep

Six area schools recognized with Blue Ribbon honor

BALTIMORE (WBFF)– Six Maryland schools are being honored by the U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2015 for their overall academic excellence.

The schools recognized Tuesday are Anne Arundel County’s Lake Shore Elementary School, Severna Park Elementary School; Baltimore County’s Pine Grove Elementary School; Frederick County’s Kemptown Elementary School; Harford County’s Fountain Green Elementary and Washington County Smithsburg High School.

“These six schools proudly represent the outstanding education taking place in schools and classrooms throughout Maryland,” said Interim State Superintendent of Schools Jack R. Smith. “We congratulate everyone involved, from the students to the teachers, to the administrators, to the parents and communities.”

The U.S. Department of Education will honor the 420 schools during a ceremony taking place on November 9 and 10 in Washington, D.C.