Rosalyn Tang becomes first Asian American, youngest woman appointed to Maryland Court of Special Appeals
- Maryland governor Larry Hogan appointed Montgomery County attorney Rosalyn Tang to the Court of Special Appeals on Wednesday.
- Tang is the first Asian American and the youngest woman to serve on Maryland’s second-highest court.
- She is replacing Judge Steven B. Gould, who was appointed to the Court of Appeals in September.
Rosalyn Tang, 41, has been appointed as the first Asian American and the youngest woman to serve on Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan announced his plans to begin community and law enforcement initiatives that will work to combat Asian American discrimination throughout the state.
Announcement: Hogan announced his plan to implement anti-discriminatory initiatives at a press conference on Monday.
A grieving family is seeking answers over the death of a college baseball player from Maryland who died after undergoing surgery to mend an elbow injury.
Routine surgery turns tragic: George Mason University Patriots pitcher Sang Ho Baek, 20, died due to complications from a “Tommy John” surgery (ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction) on June 12 at a TidalHealth medical facility in Salisbury, Md., The New York Times reported.
A man in West Baltimore was arrested and charged after attacking two Asian American women with a cement block Sunday.
The incident, which was caught on video, occurred at Wonderland Liquor Store in the 2000 block of Pennsylvania Avenue before 11 p.m. on May 2.
Two Asian American women have fallen prey to a series of robberies targeting restaurant owners in Montgomery County, Maryland.
The first incident reportedly took place in Wheaton just before 11 p.m. on Jan. 1.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to include a GoFundMe campaign created by John Jang’s family.
A convenience store clerk was fatally shot during an attempted robbery in Fort Washington, Maryland earlier this week.
A 17-year-old teen from Capitol Heights, Maryland, was charged as an adult for killing 59-year-old laundromat employee Fu Tian Yan last Thursday.
Officers were notified of the fatal incident and responded around 7:15 p.m. along the 6700 block of Walker Mill Road in Capitol Heights, ABC 7 WJLA reported.
Leaders from different Chinese American groups have come together to help frontline healthcare workers in Maryland fighting the COVID-19 pandemic with PPE donations.
Coming together: On July 10, business community leaders presented 100,000 KN95 masks to the state of Maryland and Montgomery County to meet the urgent need.
A Sikh community in Maryland hosted a drive-thru food package distribution to families in Silver Spring in the Washington D.C. area amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Kamille Canlas is keeping a family tradition by becoming the third valedictorian in her family.
Kamille and her two sisters, Katrina and Kaelyn, are all valedictorians from Prince George’s County Public Schools.
Maryland has successfully secured half a million COVID-19 test kits from South Korea, thanks to the efforts of Yumi Hogan, the state’s first lady.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan recognized his wife’s significant contribution during a press conference on Monday, making sure the credit went to her and not the federal government.
A teen pilot from McLean, Virginia, is helping hospitals local hospitals by flying out medical supplies to frontline healthcare workers who need them to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
TJ Kim, a 16-year-old sophomore at Landon School in Bethesda, Maryland, was brainstorming with his family on how to best serve his community. They eventually came up with Operation SOS – Supplies Over Skies, according to Associated Press.