The Department of Veterans Affairs became the first major federal agency to require health care workers to get COVID-19 vaccines.Read More »
U.S. Army veteran Mary Pratt knows the exact day she came to the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training in Baltimore. On March 24, 2016, after the end of an 8-year marriage and having just lost her job, she ...Read More »
POTOMAC — Twenty unemployed or under-employed military veterans are graduating from a computer skills program run by a nonprofit organization in Montgomery County. Retired Navy Vice Admiral Joseph Kernan is the chairman of the organization, called NS2 Serves. He says ...Read More »
More than 700 Farmers Insurance agencies and territorial offices in six Eastern states, including Maryland, will collect donated suits for veterans through Dec. 11. The collection is part of the company’s drive to support Suits for Soliders, a nonprofit operated by ...
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