Governor Larry Hogan Declares State of Emergency For Presidential Inauguration, Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration

State Seeks Federal Assistance for Security, Other Resources Related to D.C. Riots, Presidential Inauguration


Today, I join all Marylanders in mourning the passing of a champion of the Senate of Maryland, Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr.

Black owned burger joint ‘Noisy Burger’ brings sauce to Remington permanently

Noisy Burger first made its debut at R House, a trendy food hall in the Remington neighborhood in 2017.

The Art of Activism: The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This weekend: Four days of virtual events feature arts and activism programming in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Local Baltimore organizations provide handicap accessible van to police Sgt. Isaac Carrington

Baltimore— Following a shooting out- side his home in August 2019, Sgt. Isaac Carrington, then a 22-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, spent weeks at Shock Trauma recovering.

Best Friends Animal Society offers top five ways pets can make our 2021 New Year’s resolutions stick

It’s that time of year again when many of us start making New Year’s resolutions. After a tumultuous 2020, it may be more imperative than ever to strive for physical, mental, and emotional balance.

Baltimore counts among most ‘giving’ cities in America

With the Season of Giving in full swing, a growing consensus opines that generosity is needed more than ever, with COVID-19 destroying the economic security so many households.

A FUNDamental Boost for Baltimore’s Social Enterprises

Innovation Works Launches Ignite Capital

Cahoots Brothers keep the spirit of partnership collaboration alive amid pandemic

If there is anything that we’ve learned collectively here in Baltimore during 2020, it’s that sticking together during the good times and the bad add to the resilient spirit of this charming city.

Seafood lovers, we have a challenge for you!

Baltimore— At Phillips Seafood, our signature Phillips products began as treasured family recipes, written by hand and passed down through the generations. Now we’re inviting you to be part of the tradition.

African American Woman, Midshipman 1st Class Sydney Barber, makes US Naval Academy History

Midshipman 1st Class Sydney Barber, a mechanical engineering major from Illinois, has been named brigade commander for the spring semester at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

Governor Hogan Announces MD COVID Alert Surpasses 1 Million Subscribers Marylanders Can Use MD COVID Alert to Receive Confidential COVID-19 Exposure Notifications on Smartphones

Governor Larry Hogan today announced that since the Maryland Department of Health launched MD COVID Alert last week, more than 1 million Marylanders have subscribed to the COVID-19 exposure notifications express system. MD COVID Alert complements traditional contact tracing efforts ...

Fayette Street Outreach Community Food Give-A-Way

Baltimore—Fayette Street Outreach has teamed up with Kaiser Permanente; Care First; Grace Medical Center; LJW Waste; Delegate Keith E. Haynes; other organizations and volunteers to give out fresh produce and a “Thanksgiving Day Dinner” to the first 200 people on ...

West Baltimore clean up

On Saturday, November 7, 2020, Fayette Street Outreach Org, Inc. (FSO), LJW Recycling, Inc. along with several other busi- nesses and organizations will team up for a West Baltimore neighborhood clean up. Hun- dreds of volunteers are ex- pected to ...