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To Boost The Economy, Fight Chronic Disease

Chronic diseases take a staggering toll on the economy.

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Beatrice King continues Her Father’s Mission Of Freedom And Justice For All

His life and legacy are celebrated even as a new decade begins, and part of King's legacy will always remain his children.

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Ravens Have A Bright Future Despite Tough Loss

What seemed like such a promising season for the Baltimore Ravens ended with a 28-12 thrashing at the hands of the Tennessee Titans.

The Benefits Of Having Strong Credit

Learn how having healthy credit can help you access new opportunities, plus some tips on how to manage it.

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Virginia Family Extols Multiple Benefits Of Baltimore’s Ronald McDonald House Charities

The Marsh family of Colonial Beach, Virginia, counts among the people who have benefited from the RMHC in Baltimore.

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Union Baptist Church Choir To Perform At B&O Railroad

The B&O Railroad Museum is honored to host the Union Baptist Church choir for an unforgettable live concert in celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Sunday, January 19 at 1:30 PM.

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40 Years Of Cathy Hughes’ Leadership At Urban One

All have gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Urban One Inc.

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$3 Million Committed To Revitalize Baltimore's Historic Lexington Market

Governor Larry Hogan announced a $3 million bridge loan through the Department of Housing and Community Development's Neighborhood BusinessWorks program for the revitalization of Baltimore's historic Lexington Market.

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Rambling Rose: Thanks For The Jazz Foundation Of America

"I wonder what life would be like without jazz, blues, roots, and R&B and the musicians who play them. " - "Rambling" Rosa Pryor-Trusty

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Baltimore & Me: The Shift List

Sarah Wallace is a Bunting Neighborhood Leadership Program Fellow (BNLP). The BNLP is a Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute initiative “that aims to equip the next generation of Baltimore’s community activists with the knowledge, skills, and tools to be transformative leaders.

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Marlon Humphrey's Expanded Role Key To Ravens Defense

He finished the regular season with three interceptions, two forced fumbles, 15 pass breakups and 65 tackles.

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Marvin Miller Gets To The Baseball Hall Of Fame…But No Curt Flood

The late Marvin Miller, the first executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), had finally been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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The Biggest Mistake Parents Make When It Comes To Education

“Do I as a parent really know best about my child’s education?"

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Hope For Sobriety: Overcoming Addiction Through Exercise

The men at Otherworld Fitness in Frederick, Maryland, move quickly from bars to climbing walls and elliptical machines.

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Eleven Local Civil And Human Rights Activists To Be Honored

MLK Jr. Awards Dinner

The 32nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Awards Reception and Dinner.

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Mental Health Advocate Helps City “Go Green” For Mental Health

In Baltimore City, about one of every four adults has a mental health disorder, which means that each resident has or knows someone with such a condition.

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Ravens Lamar Jackson Is Unquestionably The MVP

Jackson led the Ravens on numerous late drives to win games this season. Baltimore finished with a 14-2 record, the best in the NFL. Jackson spearheaded a Ravens offense that finished first in the NFL with 206 rushing yards per game and second in total offense with 407.6 yards per game.

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Pianist Brian Ganz Presents Chopin January 5 Concert

Pianist Brian Ganz opens the 2020 Arts in the Woods Concert series Sunday, January 5, 2020 at 3 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis (UUCA), 333 Dubois Road.

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Baltimore Tattoo Artist Featured On The Television Show ‘Ink Master’

A self-taught Baltimore tattoo artist will appear on the Paramount Network’s hit television show, “Ink Master.”

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Meet Bessie Elizabeth Harding:110 Years Old And Still Going Strong!

"She’s spry, has a sense of humor that will tickle any funny bone, encourages others, and has an amazing memory. Not bad, considering Harding recently celebrated her 110th birthday in November."


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