Americans have always had their differences and disagreements, but rarely have they been more polarized than today. President Barack Obama is at his lowest approval rating ever— 39 percent. Even so, he ranks higher than the Republican Party, which is viewed favorably by only 28 percent of Americans.
Heart disease is the number one killer in America, but diabetes is the number one root cause of heart attack and stroke.
There’s a new energy in the air these days in downtown Baltimore.
At least 15 businesses and nonprofits are doing more than just encouraging Charm City residents to open their hearts and wallets; they are joining forces to help raise $5 million to benefit Baltimore charities on GivingTuesday— better known as #GivingTuesday.
Ashelle Henry, 2014 Miss Teen Baltimore/Washington Contestant
Dozens of local young women participated in the 2014 Miss Teen Baltimore/Washington Pageant on November 10 in Timonium, Maryland.
November 21 is the Great American Smokeout®
November 21, 2013, is the Great American Smokeout® – providing Maryland residents who need help quitting tobacco the perfect opportunity to make the decision to enroll in the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Maryland Tobacco Quitline.
Many children of the '60s can recall exactly where they were on November 22, 1963
As the 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible rolled down Elm Street in Dealey Plaza, three shots rang out in Dallas, their echoes lodging in the memories of America's youth for years to come.
Based in Johannesburg, the Museum of African Design aims to be a "cultural hub"
It used to be an old factory churning out parts for the mining industry before slowly falling into neglect and turned into a garage for vehicle repairs.
OSI-Baltimore announced its 16th annual class of Community Fellows and dedicated $720,000 to support this diverse group of social entrepreneurs who will lead creative and inspiring approaches for improving the community.
The company launches campaign for anti-poverty organization to benefit five Maryland communities
Charm City Run, a Maryland-based running and walking, specialty company, has announced its commitment to help individuals in need around the world through their 2013 giving program.
Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is one of 12 community colleges in the country selected to participate in the Walmart “Brighter Futures 2.0 Project,” which is supported by a $3.5 million grant from the Walmart Foundation to the League for Innovation in the Community College (League).
Psychologist offers four tips for maintaining balance in difficult times
It’s no wonder nearly one in 10 Americans suffers from depression.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley hoped to turn heads in New Hampshire this weekend and get his share of the early speculation surrounding the 2016 presidential race with a buzzy new video about his leadership credentials.
Community leaders honored with Thurgood Marshall Awards
More than 500 people gathered at the downtown Baltimore Hilton on Thursday, November 7, 2013 for the Baltimore City NAACP Annual Freedom Fund Banquet, the largest fundraiser held each year by the local branch of the civil rights organization.
Last year I had a breast cancer scare. I felt a lump in my left breast, which I was absolutely sure, was a cyst.
For decades, Baltimore City had the dubious distinction of having the highest infant mortality rate in the state.
When Willia Bland founded Flair Studio 45 years ago, the eventual success experienced by the family-run business could easily beg the aged-old question: “Who would have thought it?”
German Christmas sails into Baltimore! For the first time ever, the Christmas Village will transform Baltimore’s Inner Harbor West Shore Park, located at 501 Light Street, into an authentic German Christmas Market.
Fifty-seven percent of Maryland third graders are not reading at grade level
Baltimore Ravens tight end Ed Dickson read to children at Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club in Park Heights on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 as part of United Way of Central Maryland’s early grade reading efforts.
Six months after he was honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy, a young decorated veteran lay on the floor with a 1600 sugar level fighting for his life.