Bank of America has committed to remove the barrier of saving up for a down payment towards home ownership with the announcement of a new $5 billion affordable homeownership initiative for low-to-moderate-income and multicultural homebuyers across the country. The new Bank of America program includes down payment and closing cost assistance; innovative low down payment mortgages; grants that can be applied to non-recurring closing costs; a national network of lending professionals; easy-to-understand financial education tools; strategic partnerships with real estate professionals; and a national network of knowledgeable affordable housing nonprofit partners who provide in-depth homebuyer education and counseling.
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The power of pausing, she explains as taking time to unplug, getting back to the core of who you are and embracing the beauty of all that is good. From that pause her second book, “Life is Full: Musings on the Beauty of Life, Growth and Love,” was birthed.
Baltimore born and raised Liris Crosse made history in the sixteenth season of Project Runway when she became the first black plus sized model to win the competition. Fans may recall her unforgettable victory night as she unabashedly shed tears of joy upon realizing she had won. “I was so overcome by emotion,” she recalls. “Imagine, I was the first black plus sized model to walk in a designer finale on Project Runway during season 14!”
Dr. Sanford Siegel will continue his annual Prostate Cancer Run/Walk this year with a little better news than when he kicked off the event last year.
The departure of veteran outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Za'Darius Smith have cleared the way for fourth year edge defender Matt Judon to be the veteran leader. Judon is coming off a year in which he posted seven sacks (tied with Suggs for 2nd behind Z. Smith 8.5 sacks) and 10 tackles for a loss to go with 20 quarterback hits for Baltimore.
Governor Larry Hogan announced the launch of SmartWork, an important component of the administration's overall college affordability and student debt relief package. The governor introduced SmartWork in 2018 as part of a comprehensive series of initiatives to make a college education more affordable and provide relief to Marylanders burdened by student debt. The SmartWork component for state employees is now being launched following completion of negotiations with the state employee unions.
World-renowned Baltimore artist and educator Oletha Devane is featuring a new installation, “Traces of the Spirit,” at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) through October 20, 2019.
Back when our ancestors landed on our shores, they didn't head off into the woods to build a log cabin singlehandedly. No, they banded together in small communities. They worked together, struggled together, cried together, and celebrated together. They shared what they had when they could—and expected others to do the same for them when they needed help.
We live in a free country where we have the freedom to try and even do the impossible. If fear is holding you back, it's part of the normal process of living and trying. Our forefather's paved the way and millions of brave Americans have maintained the real spirit of America.
MedChi wants to spread the word about National HIV Testing Day on June 27. National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) was first observed on June 27, 1995 to encourage people to get tested for HIV, know their status, and get linked to care and treatment.
The Baltimore Times and Times Community Services hosted “Access to Capital 2019 Small Business Forum” at The Impact Hub Baltimore on Saturday, June 15, 2019. Pictured are the four winners of the Small Business Micro-grants which were offered to help the entrepreneurs expand their businesses with Joy Bramble, The Baltimore Times publisher.
Latonya Hines with 92Q’s "Chop" at Year Up Baltimore. Hines is the director of Admissions & College Enrollment at Year Up Baltimore. She is responsible for ensuring that the admissions and recruitment team brings in qualified young adults from the underserved community seeking an opportunity to reach their fullpotential.
The opportunity to be on Project Runway came at a point in his life when Bishme Cromartie says he felt at his lowest.
The Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University welcomes pianist Richard D. Johnson to its jazz studies faculty beginning in the 2019-20 academic year.
The Baltimore Ravens made an assertive commitment to quarterback Lamar Jackson during the offseason. Now the team has to showcase Jackson's playmaking ability especially as a passer to make cash in on their commitment.
June is National Safety Month, the perfect time to remind customers about the importance of natural gas and electric safety. While BGE’s top priority is always the safety of its employees and customers, it’s important that customers understand their role in energy safety as well.
The planetary crisis in plastics is one that no one nation-state can resolve alone. There must be a collective pact, and this necessitates a shift in the attitude of an arrogant US administration.
The two commencements I attended during this graduation season shared those characteristics, but in many ways, they could not have been more different.
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