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HBCU SWAC: Indoor Track and Field Recaps: Jan. 6-8

Indoor Track and Field Recaps: Jan. 6-8

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"MARKETING AND BRANDING YOUR BUSINESS TO SUCCESS" WORKSHOP FOR BLACK ENTREPRENEURS

African American entrepreneurs and business owners are invited to join A’nary Bellamy, Your Simple Mommie Marketer

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Golden Globes 2017: Hollywood sings 'La La Land,' honors diversity

The 74th Golden Globe Awards Sunday night kicked off with a nod to "La La Land" and honored Hollywood's diverse talent.

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US cancer deaths down 25% since 1991, report says

Cancer remains the second leading cause of death in the United States. Still, there's reason for hope: Overall, the death rate from all cancers fell 25% between its peak in 1991 and 2014, the most recent year for data, according to a report from the American Cancer Society published online Thursday in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.

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Amtrak ski train debuts between Denver and Winter Park

Skiing and snowboarding are a lot of fun.

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The CBC celebrates history with 49 members in the 115th Congress

During the Ceremonial Swearing-In event a few blocks from The White House, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc., honored Rep. Cedric L. Richmond (D-La.), the new chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) and members of the CBC that will serve during the 115th Congress.

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Applications Now Available for BGE Scholarships through April 1

Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) announced that applications for the BGE Scholars Award are now available online through April 1. The nine new scholarships are part of BGE’s legacy gifts that marked the company’s 200th anniversary last year. Central Scholarship, a Baltimore-based nonprofit, is administering the scholarship program on BGE’s behalf.

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Eat Mediterranean diet for a healthier and younger brain, studies say

As we age, our brains naturally shrink and our risk of having a stroke, dementia or Alzheimer's rise, and almost everyone experiences some kind of memory loss.

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Is cereal healthy?

Cereal is healthy only if you choose wisely.

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A Catholic reads the Bible, Week 49: Training body and soul with St. Paul

St. Paul is my favorite. There is no other way to start this piece than by laying it out there. His words comfort me.

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Serena Williams shows off engagement ring

Serena Williams may have been quiet about her relationship, but she's not hiding her engagement ring.

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17 best places to visit in 2017

Lobster suppers near the rocky red shores of Prince Edward Island.

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The #BankBlack Movement goes live with largest black owned bank

Teri Williams, president, OneUnited Bank and Trabian Shorters, president, BMe Community to answer questions from Miami branch

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Season nine of ‘AfroPoP’ starts with an ‘American Ascent’

“AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange” documentary series premieres on WORLD Channel on Monday, January 16, 2017

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Changing the face of medicine

As women around the world continue to make small but significant socioeconomic gains, black women still lag behind as leaders in top healthcare positions.

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Resolve to encourage your children to read in 2017!

“To succeed in school, students must read on their own. Our future depends on it.” —Kim Dallas

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Randallstown High School Speaker Series Inspires Students

Imparting knowledge, wisdom and understanding into the minds of teenagers is an ongoing mission and all in a day’s work for Maryland Delegate Antonio Hayes (D-District 40)

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Hometown hero leaves lasting legacy

Former NFL standout Keion Carpenter dedicated his life to helping youth in his hometown Baltimore and around the country.

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Financial New Year’s Resolutions: Using Tech to Stay on Track

The New Year is symbolic in many respects. It gives you a chance to start fresh and set some goals that can improve your life in ways large and small.

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Bike Share donation to benefit city residents

Baltimore Bike Share has announced that Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is providing $10,000 to subsidize new monthly Bike Share passes to enable low-income residents better access to what the organization says is a convenient and healthy way of getting around town.

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