Washington Post Editorial Board: "An education plan that trades a high cost for far too little"

When the Maryland General Assembly passed legislation last year putting the recommendations of the Kirwan Commission on public education into the state budget for three years, there was little critical debate.

Mapping the Count: Census Week of Action

To Ensure All Are Counted, The National Association For The Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Is Inviting You To Take Part In The Census Week Of Action From February 24 To February 28.

Calvert Hall Celebrates 175 Years: Baltimore Leaders Karl Perry, Shawn Vinson Share Their Experiences

Calvert Hall College High School, the first Christian Brothers School in the United States, opened its doors to 100 students at 16 West Saratoga Street in Baltimore 175 years ago.

Baltimore City Teens Speak Up Against Violence And Trauma In Their City

Loneliness, depression, and suicide were some of the words shouted from the audience of children and teenagers when asked to define trauma at the Healing City Baltimore Symposium.

At 115, The Arch Social Club Remains A Beacon On Pennsylvania Avenue

Most Baltimoreans recall the smoke-filled clubs and hotspots like the legendary Royal Theater, The Regent Theater, the Sphinx, and Club Casino— institutions that made Pennsylvania Avenue the place to visit and simply hang out.

The Baltimore Times Presents 'Community Conversations"

IN THE COMING NEXT WEEKS, Please join BT in ‘The Baltimore Times’ 3 part Community Conversation series.

Baltimore Students Take Part In Amazon’s First-Ever Future Engineer Robotics Camp

A special group of Baltimore students had the privilege of missing a portion of their school day for another intriguing learning experience.

Before Blacks Could Visit Ocean City, There Were Carr’s Beach and Sparrow’s Beach

During the Jim Crow era post 1940, a large number of recreational water locales, including the popular Ocean City, Maryland and Virginia Beach, Virginia were off limits to African-American vacationers.

Maryland Carey Law Scholarship Honors Elijah E. Cummings '76

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law has established a scholarship honoring cherished alumnus Elijah E. Cummings ’76, who died in October 2019.

Founder of Maryland Media Non-Profit On His Journey From Learning Disability to Stellar Career in TV

In the aftermath of a fire mistakenly started by him and his sister in their one-room apartment while his mother was at work, Robert Jackson’s shaken mother fell to weeping.

Simple STEM Activities To Do At Home

Winter is the season for family gatherings, snow days and breaks from school and work, but all this time indoors can lead to a serious case of cabin fever for both children and adults.

LinkedIn Local Baltimore Donates Over $19,000 To Living Classrooms Foundation

LinkedIn Local Baltimore is a community-based event series and held monthly with all proceeds benefiting Living Classrooms Foundation.

A Story That Began 50 Years Ago: BCCC Virgie Williams

Nearly 50 years later, Williams still works in the library of her Alma Mater. She serves as Assistant Director and Head of Circulation of the Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) Library. She will retire from BCCC on January 1, 2020.

How To Choose Smart Video Games For Your Kids This Holiday Season

How do you make buying decisions that make both kids and parents happy? And how do you choose video games that are fun for kids, but also safe and educational too? Here is what to look for: