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Maryland School for the Deaf

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  • Couple bring pizazz, personalization to embroidery business

    Angie Foster and Amy Phillips made the decision nearly three years ago to move their family from North Carolina to Frederick. They were attracted to the area because they wanted their son, Seth, who is hard of hearing, to attend the Maryland School for the Deaf.
  • Elizabeth B. 'Bettie' Delaplaine, Frederick activist

    Elizabeth B. 'Bettie' Delaplaine, Frederick activist
    Elizabeth B. "Bettie" Delaplaine, former director of special events for the Frederick News-Post newspaper and a community activist and patron of the arts, died Thursday at Frederick Memorial Hospital of complications from a blood infection and a kidney...

    Marylanders will be able to text 911 within months, officials say

    Marylanders will be able to text 911 within months, officials say
    When you call 911, you want to speak with a dispatcher as soon as possible. But what if, at that moment or in general, you aren't able to speak at all? This past week marked a deadline for phone carriers to be able provide text-to-911 service in areas...

    Mother suing state in Maryland School for the Deaf abuse case

    Mother suing state in Maryland School for the Deaf abuse case
    The mother of a girl who was sexually abused by an employee at the Maryland School for the Deaf is suing the state for $4 million, contending that the school was negligent in not protecting her daughter. The suit calls the state-run school "negligent,...

    Hard work pays off with awards for deaf school students [Loch Raven column]

    Six-year-old Max Shlindler of Towson was presented on Feb. 6 the Most Improved Independent Skills award by his kindergarten teacher Jody College at Maryland School for the Deaf. An exciting award for any child and parents, but for Max, it comes after lots...