In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris that claimed more than 100 lives, people around the world took to social media looking for their loved ones.
McDonald’s hosted McTeacher’s Nights to raise money for local education
The McDonald’s Family Restaurants of Baltimore continues their commitment to children’s well-being with a special city wide McTeacher’s Night fundraiser event.
The Baltimore Ravens signed Terrance West to their practice squad on Tuesday. It was a move that both parties wanted to happen when West was entering the 2014 NFL Draft.
The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is now accepting applications for the 2016 PNC Transformative Art Prize!
Governor Larry Hogan has announced an expansion of Maryland’s Ignition Interlock program, which will help save lives by reducing the number of drunk drivers on Maryland roads. Beginning in 1989, Maryland’s Ignition Interlock program instituted a device that prevents a car from starting when it detects a certain level of alcohol on the driver’s breath.
The Maryland State Conference of NAACP Branches, along with Ocwen Financial Corporation, a leading financial services holding company, will hold the fourth local homeowner outreach event to help borrowers stay in their homes on Saturday, November 14, 2015.
Dr. Jayfus Doswell has become accustomed to finding solutions to complex problems.
November is American Diabetes Month. According to the 2014 National Diabetes Statistics Report 29.1 million people in the U.S. have diabetes.
A Thanksgiving meal for displaced and disadvantaged people and families in West Baltimore will be provided by students at the University of Maryland School of Medicine for the 26th year.
There are basic things that everyone needs to learn to operate in the world.
As a young girl, Sherry Winston didn’t have the time or even the skills to put on a jazz record while peeling potatoes and boiling a pot of water.
Shareece Wright and Jimmy Smith were teammates at Colton High School in California.
Osiris Green came close to learning one of life’s oldest lessons— you snooze you lose!
Deborah Wilkerson-Wilson works as a taxi driver and entrepreneur, but once a year the Annapolis resident inspires community togetherness through in-person advocacy work.
Chris Givens has recently been listed as a starter on the Baltimore Ravens depth chart. An injury to Steve Smith Sr. created a void at starting wide receiver.
Get ready to shop -- and not just on Black Friday.
Apple has apologized to six black students who were asked to leave an Apple Store in Australia because they "might steal something."
The recent resignation of University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe is not about one incident of a student being threatened with the use of the "N-word," but a part of a long history of intolerance that has only been intensified by the emergence of the #Ferguson and #BlackLivesMatter movements.
On December 3, 2015 the Collective Empowerment Group (CEG), formerly known as the “Collective Banking Group (CBG) of Prince George’s County and Vicinity,” will celebrate a milestone achievement: Its 20th Anniversary.
Even if your arms, legs and butt are skinny, be concerned if you've got a pot belly
Going to your doctor may soon look more like going to your tailor. Instead of starting with a request to step on a scale, he or she may measure your waist.