A 14-year-old is suffering from severe burns after a man calling himself a prophet attempted to get him to confess to being a wizard.
Representative Mike Jurry of Maryland’s first district has outlined one of his priorities as a lawmaker – stopping all forms of ritualistic killings in his district and Maryland at large.
The William V. S. Tubman University’s President Edward Wonkeryor has been replaced by President George Manneh Weah.
Five-year-old Armah Geply, a burn victim, has been transported to Monrovia to receive better treatment at the St. Joseph Catholic Hospital.
A five-year-old in Pleebo Sodoken Statutory District is experiencing severe pains after having her hands burnt as punishment, allegedly by her aunt.
Our investigation has uncovered that an 18-year-old pregnant woman’s death at the J. J. Dossen Hospital in Harper may have been due to an electricity outage.
Marylanders took to the streets of Pleebo and Harper on Monday to celebrate Bhofal Chambers election as speaker of the 54th National Legislature.
The power development in Maryland is being provided under the arrangement of the cross-border West African Power Pool initiative and co-sponsored by the European Union and the African Development Bank.