Tips to protect health in extreme heat

Following the heat advisory issued for Washington, D.C., and eastern portions of Maryland and Virginia by the National Weather Service, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) reminds local residents about steps they should take to protect their ...

Metro subway will partially shut down for safety repairs

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is preparing for critical maintenance work that will partially shut down the Metro Subway system for 24 days this summer. Officials are urging riders to plan ahead and use free shuttle ...

Anne Arundel County Literacy Council seeks volunteers

At the Anne Arundel County Literacy Council, volunteers can change a life through literacy.

RAMBLING ROSE: Summer brings positive things to the community!

Hello my dear friends, I sure hope you are enjoying the summer with your loved ones.

Carla Hayden confirmed as 14th Librarian of Congress

The United States Senate by a vote of 74-18 confirmed Dr. Carla D. Hayden, longtime chief executive of the Enoch Pratt Free Library system in Baltimore and a former president of the American Library Association, as the 14th Librarian of ...

Artscape celebrates 35th Anniversary by partying ‘like it’s 1999’

The 35th annual Artscape, the country’s largest free arts festival, kicks off on Friday, July 15, 2016, and organizers have promised a weekend that will feature new components like a Kidscape Academy, six large-scale space-themed art installations, and a partnership ...

Coppin State grad headed to Olympics

The feelings are still difficult to describe, but Christina Epps, a thrilled beyond words Coppin State University Graduate is on her way to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

Mervo grad is writing her own success story

Writer, director, and producer Patricia Cuffie-Jones is writing her own success story. The Baltimore native resides in Los Angeles, California, and has penned several stage play productions, which include “You Can’t Hurry Love,” and has worked with the likes of ...

Elvis Dumervil's days as a Raven could be coming to an end soon

Now entering his eleventh season, the days of rushing the passer as a Baltimore Raven are dwindling for Elvis Dumervil. He has been one of the Ravens best free agent signings in recent years.

Transportation service ‘Taylor Made’ for success

Taylor Made Transportation in Druid Hill, a company that provides transportation for government employees and some private residents, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer.

Department recruits young adults for Maryland Conservation Corps

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is now recruiting 17-25 year olds for the Maryland Conservation Corps, an award-winning AmeriCorps program that engages young adults in extensive natural resource management and park conservation projects across the state.

Red Cross issues emergency call for blood and platelet donations to address significant shortage

The American Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood and platelets, urging all eligible donors to give now to replenish an extremely low summer blood supply.

Baltimore sailor keeps Navy Wing flying

A 2009 Warwick High School graduate and Baltimore native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville, the largest base in the Southeast Region and third largest in the nation.

2016 will be a pivotal season for John Harbaugh and the Ravens

The 2016 NFL season will be a pivotal one for John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens. Their 5 - 11 record in 2015 was the worst finish of the Harbaugh era.

Life in Baltimore: Aging advisory board hosts seminar on memory loss

In connection with Alzheimer's Awareness Month, the Memory and Aging Community Advisory Board (MACAB) held its 10th Annual Holistic Health Seminar on Memory Loss at the Randallstown Community Center.