It's not always easy staying organized. Life is busy, chaotic and fast-moving. Although it can be easy to get discouraged at times, there are ways to enhance organization and attitude through the peaks and pits life throws at you.
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh and the Office of Attorney General are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Baltimore Ravens to hold a Prescription Drug Take-Back event on Sunday, October 13, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on the RavensWalk, located on the walkway leading from Oriole Park to M&T Bank Stadium
Even though Annapolis is well known for celebrating African-American heritage and historic neighborhoods, there are many stories of historical significance that remain untold. One local man, James Diggs’ military story is just one those gems that should be firmly cemented in historical repositories.
Reflecting back on the diagnosis that changed her life, dancer Maggie Kudirka said, “I found a lump in February 2014, and it grew to the size of a grapefruit. Then, I started having sternum pain. I was only 23 at the time, and thought it was just a dance injury. In May 2014, I went to see a doctor and from there it snowballed into my diagnosis. It was a big learning experience for me to find out it was incurable and would be a part of the rest of my life.”
On Saturday, October 19, Rock’s LIGHT Health and Wellness Comprehensive Services, Inc., will celebrate its 21st anniversary with a “Be The LIGHT” gala at 7 p.m. at the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore. The gala serves as LIGHT’s principal fundraising event.
When the preseason rankings came out, the Baltimore Ravens weren't picked by most analysts to win the AFC North. The division title was pretty much ceded to the Cleveland Browns. Although Cleveland came into M&T Bank Stadium and gave the Ravens a 40-20 loss, Baltimore is currently on top of the division.
On Wednesday, October 2, 2019, Wyatt received a big lift at a surprise school assembly where she was presented with a Milken Educator Award by Milken Educator Awards Senior Vice President, Dr. Jane Foley and Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon. As a 2019-20 recipient of the national recognition, Wyatt receives an unrestricted $25,000 cash prize.
Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford received the Legacy in Leadership Award at The Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council’s (CRMSDC) 38th Annual Leaders & Legends Awards Ceremony, featuring the Top 100 Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs), at MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill.
Baltimore native and Morgan State University alum Rodney Dotson learned perseverance from his maternal grandmother who ran a daycare out of her home. Even though she did not have a car she always made sure that both her business and her home were well taken care of.
"The words of Jesus from the Bible remind us, "For if you forgive men their trespasses your father in heaven will forgive you." Think about it. Is there someone you need to forgive?" - Glenn Mollette
While black women get breast cancer at a lower rate than white women, we are 42 percent more likely to die from it. And young black women, those under 35, are twice as likely as white women to get breast cancer, and three times as likely to die from it. Black women are also three times as likely as white women to get triple-negative breast cancer, an especially aggressive form of breast cancer.
Oral diseases affect almost half the global population, and recent research indicates they persist because oral health has not been prioritized as much as traditional healthcare.
Entrepreneurs and Aspiring Ones Receive a Wealth of Information
Watson was among the entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs who attended Mind your Business: Building a Network of resources for business owners and entrepreneurs. Presented by PNC Bank and Times Community Services, Inc., the free event was designed for small business owners, entrepreneurs, creative industry organizations and DIY (Do It Yourself) businesses.
Over 100 entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs attended a Mind Your Business seminar on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Coppin State University’s Physical Education Complex hosted by PNC Bank, Times Community Services, Inc, and The Baltimore Times. The event included morning and afternoon breakout sessions that covered a wide range of topics including financial education; how to start and structure your business; financing your business; promoting your business on social media; when you should include a CPA or legal experts; as well as an introduction to tax incentives that are available if you are located in one of Baltimore’s Arts Districts. The event also included Q&A, a Resource Panel Discussion, lunch, giveaways, and networking opportunities.
Dr. Cheryl Janifer LaRoch, Ph.D., will be speaking at "A Slice of Sharp Leadenhall", A lecture centered around the freed and captive slaves that cohabited Baltimore at the same time.
Nearly 800 criminal cases involving 25 police officers suspected of corruption are set to be thrown out in Baltimore, according to the city's chief prosecutor.
"Jessye Norman was one of the greatest artists to ever sing on our stage," said Metropolitan Opera General Manager Peter Gelb. "Her legacy shall forever live on."
Diahann Carroll, who pioneered television with her starring role in the 1968 series "Julia," died Friday, her daughter Suzanne Kay confirmed to CNN.
With a degree in Electrical Engineering from Morgan State University, Stokes is a proven leader. Currently, she is president and CEO of greiBO Media and has more than two decades of experience in management, communications, media, and government and commercial arenas.
Macy’s proudly announces the seventh annual “Buy a Coat and We’ll Donate One” campaign in partnership with non-profit Clothes4Souls. From Wednesday, October 9 to Monday, October 14, 2019, Macy’s invites its customers to help those in need by purchasing a coat in the men’s, women’s, junior’s and children’s outerwear departments in-store and on macys.com. For every coat purchased, Macy’s will donate a brand new coat, up to 35,000 with an average retail value of $40-$100 each, to Clothes4Souls to provide warmth, hope and dignity to those in need this winter.