Baltimore Ravens safety Tony Jefferson joined teammates to take children from the Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore holiday shopping as part of his annual “Shop With A Jock” that gave local youth an experience they will cherish for a lifetime.
O.J. Brigance has become a staple in Baltimore's football community. Brigance now serves as the Ravens Senior Advisor to Player Engagement. After playing professional football for 12 years, Brigance has battled ALS for more than 11 years.
On Saturday, November 24, 2018, WISEorg, Inc., (Women’s Inspirational Self-Empowerment), held its first ever Golden Gala at The Park in Washington, D.C. where an estimated 300 people danced, ate and mingled— all in the name of supporting women struggling with mental illness.
Ursula V. Battle’s uplifting holiday musical “A Christmas Miracle” will play on Saturday, December 15, 2018 and Sunday, December 16, 2018 at the One God One Thought Center for Better Living (OGOT), located at 3605 Coronado Road in Windsor Mill, MD, where the Rev. Bernette Jones serves as Senior Pastor.
Both Berkley and Jackson will sign their books on Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Barnes and Noble bookstore, Inner Harbor location.
Premo's intelligence was evident during our discussions as we delved into a bevy of topics including: writing, the importance of studying your craft, and obviously, music.
As part of a proactive effort to relieve students of hunger and food insecurity, Morgan State University (MSU) has launched of a new Food Resource Center (FRC) on campus. Located in the Morgan Business Center— home of the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management— and overseen by the University’s Division of Student Affairs, the center will provide students in need with a centralized location to obtain food resources with the use of their BEARcard student I.D.
The Baltimore Times and its foundation, Times Community Services, Inc hosted an inaugual Holiday Market Place Shopping Extravaganza at Coppin State University on Saturday, Decembet 1, 2018. The fun event was held to support small and home-based businesses to continue the trend of “Shop Small Saturday,” which kicked off on November 24, 2018 across the nation. Shoppers and vendors alike were in the holiday spirit—shoppers took home one-of-a-kind items to put under the tree and vendors enjoyed putting smiles on their faces.
Heart failure hospitalizes more than 1 million Americans annually. About half are back in the hospital within six months of diagnosis; the average stay lasts five days. That's a huge burden for patients— and for caregivers, who may not live nearby and thus may have to miss work. In total, the condition costs the U.S. more than $30 billion every year.
Anne Arundel County Department Of Social Services Seeking Donors For 38th Annual Holiday Sharing Program
The Department is currently matching donors and families/seniors for Christmas. To request a paper donor application by mail, or for other questions or concerns, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 410-269-4462.
“BGE is proud to join utilities across the country to partner in this important effort to help protect our customers against scamming,” said Rodney Oddoye, vice president and chief customer officer for BGE. “There may be occasions when BGE calls or visits homes or businesses to work on our equipment, but our customers can verify the work by calling us at 800-685-0123.”
"Let us thank our Lord for sending George H.W. Bush our way. Our future is now secure. May God bless the Bush family."
Roots Lounge Celebrated By Folks From The Old Neighborhood
Chino Braxton began riding dirt bikes at age six in Baltimore. Today, he is a highly sought-after motorcross athlete with an endorsement from Under Armor. He was born and raised in Baltimore City. He grew up in the Reisterstown Road area near Park Heights. Now 21, he recently made a surprise visit to students in B-360 Baltimore, an organization that utilizes dirt bike culture to end the cycle of poverty, disrupt the prison pipeline, and build bridges in communities.
"Even though gratitude is something that should be felt year-round, it becomes extremely pertinent in our lives during the month of November. In the season of Thanksgiving we ought to take the time to think about what we are truly grateful for."
“Being a savvy shopper begins with educating yourself about retail policies and pitfalls,” said Attorney General Frosh. “Sometimes that ‘great deal’ isn’t such a bargain if you’re left with a broken or unwanted gift that you cannot return.”
Jones is ready to build on scoring his first NFL touchdown and become a key contributor for his hometown team.
National Director of the NAACP Youth and College Division, Tiffany Dena Loftin was awarded the Rising Star Award on Friday, November 16, 2018 at the 2nd Annual Black Girls Vote Ball.
Medicare’s annual Open Enrollment period started on October 15 and ends on December 7, meaning this is the time for you to review your current coverage and decide if there are better coverage options for you based on changes to the current plans, your budget, and your health needs.
On December 2, 2018, Annapolis will celebrate by filling West Street with local chocolatiers ready to help chocoholics get through the holiday season. On the first blocks of West Street from noon to 5 p.m. the fourth annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival takes place, featuring family friendly entertainment, chocolate, holiday shopping and the lighting of West Street's BGE Holiday Light Canopy.