Dr. Joseph Lowery, the Dean of the Civil Rights Movement has passed away.
Joseph and Evelyn Lowery Institute for Justice & Human Rights Statement on Peaceful Transition of Reverend Doctor Joseph Echols Lowery, Age 98 October 6, 1921 - March 27, 2020
Governor Hogan Statement Regarding Outbreak At Carroll County Long-Term Care Facility, Doubling Of COVID-19 Death Toll In Maryland
Now More Than 2,000 Cases In The National Capital Region
Kyle Pompey has been capturing photos around the city of folks and how they are managing city life during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus or Covid-19 or “rona” as some are calling it will kill you
The anniversary of the loss of my first-born has, by coincidence, landed right in the middle of this time of fear and pandemic.
“The last time the census happened in 2010, I was a 16-year-old high school student and I made sure that we definitely did a better job of filling out the census that year. I remember actually filling it out together with my mom, and what caught my eye about the census that year was the questions they asked about race.”
The Children’s Guild Alliance, a nonprofit organization serving children, families and child-serving organizations, will honor Guy E. Flynn and Nupur Parekh Flynn with the 2020 Sadie Award for their leadership in innovation and philanthropy.
The Baltimore Ravens announced they have agreed to a one-year deal to bring back veteran defensive back Anthony Levine. This will be Levine's ninth season in the NFL and eighth season with the Ravens.
As unsettled as the economy is currently— and it is likely to continue to be for the foreseeable future— the time might be right to consider refinancing your mortgage loan.
Carla Joelle Brown is nearing completion of a new film that documents her grandparents’ journey in a RV around the country in the 1960s— during the heart of the civil rights movement when racism and discrimination made such travel nearly impossible for African Americans.
The full Maryland congressional delegation, including U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen and Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, Dutch Ruppersberger, John P. Sarbanes, Andy Harris, M.D., Anthony G. Brown, Jamie B. Raskin and David Trone, today announced $1,194,822 in federal funding through the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help community health centers (CHCs) throughout Maryland respond to the growing health demands posed by the COVID-19 outbreak.
“We're all fighting this very tough battle— nothing like any of us have ever seen before.”
Who will get the checks? Information about the stimulus checks.
Maryland Reports 157 New COVID-19 Cases; Now More Than 1,200 Confirmed Cases In National Capital Region
“We have never faced anything like this ever before, and I continue to urge the people of our state to stay in place at home and stay safe.”
People in Maryland are being warned to be extra vigilant as scam callers are likely to ramp up their activity over the next few weeks to take advantage of increasing amounts of people being at home due to the current Coronavirus outbreak.
Maryland Traditions, the folklife program of the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC), has announced the winners of its 2020 Heritage Award, which recognizes long-term achievement in folklife, or living cultural traditions. Three Heritage Awards are given annually: one each in the categories of Person or People, Place, and Tradition.
It is during times of uncertainty that we look to the past for stories of strength while we focus towards a better future. At the Lewis Museum, we will continue to bring you stories of inspirational Maryland African Americans who triumphantly pushed past fear in hopes of a new tomorrow.
Coalition of AGs Urge Amazon, Facebook, eBay, Craigslist, and Walmart to Monitor for Compliance with State Laws
BGE Warns Customers About Utility Scammers During COVID-19