Thirty years after Reginald F. Lewis made history with a $1 billion leverage buyout of Beatrice International Foods, his widow is leading the commemoration and celebration of her husband’s...
If you bought the gifts in the holiday classic, “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” it would cost a record $34,558.65, according to the 34th annual PNC Christmas Price Index. Few have a budget for all those birds and performers,
Residential treatment program to open two more locations
Light of Truth Center, Inc. (LTC) continues to shine brightly in the lives of woman who have struggled with addiction. Karen Hall, who has been with LTC since April 26, 2017 is among them.
BGE is investing more than $1.6 billion during 2017 in the electric and natural gas systems serving customers with safe and reliable energy.
As temperatures begin to drop, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) asks customers to prepare for a return to normal winter temperatures after mild winters during the past few years.
Gavin Buckley, the 137th mayor of Annapolis, took the oath of office on Monday, December 4, 2017 in front of a large diverse crowd on West Street.
Americans are gung-ho about getting in shape. Seventy percent say they want to take steps to improve their health, according to a new study from UnitedHealthcare. Those steps usually stop at the gym door.
For the first time in its award show history, voting for the 49thNAACP Image Awards will be open to the public.
November 25 kicked off the annual 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence. At no time has this work been more necessary than now.
With the holidays upon us, parents are making a list and checking it twice— and that list seems to be getting longer while the bank account gets smaller.
Polaris Alpha is looking for a few good men and women— 100 to be exact.
Ginna Barilone’s friends know all about her Mzz B Productions, a business she started after a sudden and painful divorce two years ago.
When Baltimore City Public Schools are closed Healthy Cities Game Changers Initiative offers a safe space for health, wellness and play
LLiving Classrooms Foundation has partnered with Morgan Stanley to provide local Baltimore families with wellness, nutrition and sports programming as part of Morgan Stanley’s The Game Changers Initiative will educate 300 of the most at-risk children, youth and families living within an impoverished area of East Baltimore with quality programming during Baltimore City school breaks throughout the 2017-18 school year.
One in 43 individuals in Baltimore over the age of 13 is living with HIV, stunning statistics provided by the University of Maryland Medical Center. However, officials at UMMC are continuing to do their part in trying to curtail the deadly illness.
Santa to appear on Holiday Bus that will provide free rides for bus patrons
Free bus rides and an interactive train garden are two ways the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) is already spreading holiday cheer.
Vernier to recognize two teachers with $5,500 in prizes each for their creative use of Vernier sensors to introduce engineering concepts
Vernier Software & Technology is accepting applications for its 2018 Vernier Engineering Contest, which recognizes science, engineering, and STEM teachers for their creative uses of Vernier sensors to teach students engineering concepts and practices.
Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and other characters will bring some of the most famous Disney shows of all time to the stage of the Lyric Opera House this weekend
Twenty-year-old Morgan Bartley always struggled with her weight.
I can safely declare that I'm not going to end up on any list of media dirtbags. Like most men I know, I have managed to have a professional career and personal relationships free of assault, harassment or even run-of-the-mill jerkiness.
A baby born at a Texas hospital is the first in the US to be birthed from a mother who had received a uterus transplant, according to the Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.
Twenty-two newly renovated apartments in the Pen Lucy neighborhood of Baltimore City are ready for its first residents, all of whom were previously homeless, to move in this December.