As recently as January, Baltimore City Police reported that they were receiving about eight calls each day from residents complaining about squeegee kids.
Dr. Joseph Lowery, the Dean of the Civil Rights Movement has passed away.
Joseph and Evelyn Lowery Institute for Justice & Human Rights Statement on Peaceful Transition of Reverend Doctor Joseph Echols Lowery, Age 98 October 6, 1921 - March 27, 2020
Kyle Pompey has been capturing photos around the city of folks and how they are managing city life during the COVID-19 outbreak.
City and Regional Magazine Association recognizes work in editorial, art, and digital categories.
Navigating this crisis is not easy, but you are not alone. Below is a list of resources that may be of use to your and/or your family. If you know of a resource not on this list, please let us ...
Aerica Karriem, an acclaimed Family Mediator and Relationship Coach expert, has taken an unprecedented step to launch Black Online Therapy dedicated to serving black families globally.
What Will the U. S. Census Tell The Nation About LGBTQ People? Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) On Census 2020
Question: Does the 2020 Census collect data about LGBTQ people?
A zip code has become a life or death matter. Families that live more than an hour from a hospital may face a death sentence based on their address. A long ambulance ride increases the risk of death. Patients with ...
The Guardian Angels are stepping in to care for the city’s most vulnerable population — the homeless and emotionally disturbed, as New York City shutters over coronavirus concerns, reports the NY Post on Sunday “Nobody is tending to the homeless ...
Governor Hogan Announces Maryland’s Official Designation for SBA Economic Injury Loans During COVID-19 Pandemic
Small Businesses Can Apply Directly to SBA For Financial Assistance
When compared to John Legend and his wife, Chrissy Teigen; and Beyoncé and Jay-Z; Kyara and Khalil Uqdah are unsung and unknown in many circles. However, the Uqdahs are undoubtedly qualified as a Baltimore power couple.
As the number of COVID-19 cases increases and work schedules are cut, the 211 Maryland United Way Helpline’s call volume has skyrocketed as Marylanders call either with questions about the virus and where to get tested, or to seek help ...