Quantcast

Latest stories

Tease photo

Applications Open for Disney Dreamers Academy Class of 2018 at Walt Disney World

High school students nationwide can now apply at DisneyDreamersAcademy.com to be among 100 selected to participate in the 2018 Disney Dreamers Academy with Steve Harvey and ESSENCE, the innovative, outside-the-classroom, mentoring program that takes place in March at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.

Tease photo

Randallstown High School Principal awarded Baltimore County Principal of the Year

When students at Randallstown High School (RHS) celebrated the culmination of a another school year with their senior prom and graduation, they added one more celebration to the list— Principal Aubrey P. Brown received the Secondary Principal of the Year Award for the 2017-2018 school year for Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS).

Tease photo

Be The Match® to rally black and African American marrow donors

Marrow donor registry teams up with Mike Conley to launch new campaign, Heritage Holds the Cure

Be The Match®, the organization that operates the world's largest and most diverse donor registry, and Memphis Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley, have teamed up on a new public service announcement campaign, Heritage Holds the Cure, to urge blacks and African Americans to register as potential marrow donors.

Tease photo

Raw Produce and Fresh-Squeezed Juices: Handle Them Safely!

Whether from a supermarket, farm stand or your own garden, fresh fruits and vegetables are highlights of summertime.

Tease photo

Summer Reads: The hunt is on for the next Grateful American Book

Kids learn how to read in school, but they learn to love it at home, according to education advocate David Bruce Smith.

Tease photo

Spiritual leader Sheila McKeithen comes to Baltimore

“When the student is ready, the teacher will appear” is a quote that Constance Mann-Leonard, a member and teacher at The One God One Thought Center for Better Living (OGOT), lives by.

Tease photo

Green vacations: 10 sustainable places that don't cost the Earth

Travelers are more socially and environmentally conscious than ever, seeking to get away safe in the knowledge they've had minimal impact on the planet's resources.

Tease photo

How sunscreen works

Not so long ago, people like my Aunt Muriel thought of sunburn as a necessary evil on the way to a "good base tan." She used to slather on the baby oil while using a large reflector to bake away. Aunt Muriel's mantra when the inevitable burn and peel appeared: Beauty has its price.

Tease photo

Good Samaritan saved passengers from a burning plane in Mapunapuna Friday afternoon

Witnesses described in horror how they saw the small plane head directly down the canal before it crashed. Then there was smoke and flames.

Tease photo

Kelly Clarkson is not here for your body shaming

-The singer shut down a Twitter troll -She's talked before about being body shamed

Tease photo

How to get the most out of customer loyalty programs

Brands covet your attention, but there's something they want even more: your loyalty. And they're willing to offer you early access, special prices or free goods to get it.

Tease photo

Firefighters rescue deer fawns from fire

Firefighters wear many hats while battling wildfires.

Tease photo

Facebook post leads woman to long-lost brother

Facebook is often used to keep in touch with old friends, but for Nicole Belkin, it was the tool that reunited her with her long-lost brother.

Tease photo

Crayola opens colorful contest for new crayon shade

Crayola fans feeling blue about the recent retirement of the beloved dandelion from the crayon box now have a chance to help choose its replacement.

Tease photo

'Acts of heroism' shine amid the horror of New York hospital shooting

They wasted little time in keeping patients safe when a disgruntled former employee opened fire Friday at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center in New York.

Tease photo

No, Americans aren't actually flocking to Canada in droves

Remember when your anti-Trump friends vowed to pack their bags and flee to Canada after the 2016 US presidential election?

Tease photo

How 4 Americans say Obamacare helped or hurt them

As Senate Republicans have picked up efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, Americans have taken to social media and elsewhere to share stories of how they believe Obamacare has helped them or hurt them.

Tease photo

Living to 125 and beyond: Scientists dispute there's a limit to our lifespans

Don't mess with our collective dreams of immortality. A flurry of new research vigorously opposes a study from last year that dared to suggest there might be a ceiling to the human lifespan.

Tease photo

Baltimore Times hosts ‘ACCESS TO CAPITAL’ Forum

Harbor Bank, MECU, Wells Fargo and Meridian Management Group were among the local bankers and financial institutions to join a Baltimore Times-sponsored event that instructed dozens of individuals on how to get on the path to success for raising capital for their businesses. MCE (Maryland Capital Enterprises, Inc.); kiva: Small Business Resource Center; and Minority Business Development Agency were other partners.

Tease photo

Stay Safe This Fourth of July!

With the July 4th holiday fast approaching, many people are planning star-spangled celebrations...

Archive by year

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017