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Council President Brandon M. Scott Announces His Bid For Mayor Of Baltimore

Today, Council President Brandon M. Scott formally announced his bid for Mayor of Baltimore City.

Local Businessman Enters 2020 Baltimore City Mayoral Race

“I am honored and delighted to announce that after careful consideration with an exploratory committee and residents, I am entering Baltimore’s 2020 Mayoral race,” Rikki Vaughn said. Vaughn says that Baltimore is in need of aggressive and immediate actions to ...

Get Ready! Get Set! Get Fit! 5K Run/Walk/1 Mile Walk

The Baltimore County Department of Aging invites you to participate in its 13th annual Get Ready! Get Set! Get Fit 5K Run/Walk 1 Mile Walk fundraiser, which benefits health and wellness programs for older adults. The race will be held ...

‘It’s Not Your Usual Bike Ride,’ Say Patrons Of Rides Around Lake Montebello

Rides Around Lake Montebello is a program sponsored by Baltimore City Recreation and Parks and has been around for seven years. Riders can take advantage of the bike program from May through October each year. The city’s outdoor recreation team ...

Governor’s Office On Service And Volunteerism Announces Opening Of AmeriCorps State Grant Application

The Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism today announced the opening of the AmeriCorps State Grant application process for the 2020 - 2021 service year.

Facebook Announces The Baltimore Times As A Journalism Project Community Network Grant Recipient

We're SO PROUD and EXCITED to announce that we've received a Community Network grant from the Facebook Journalism Project!

State Expands Cyber Reskilling Program

The SANS Institute announced the expansion of funding for its Cyber Workforce Academy – Maryland, a program designed to develop a cybersecurity talent pipeline across the state.

Author’s Story Provides Inspiration And Spreads Love Through Giving Back

Inspiring people like Daniel McGhee represent the hope that getting clean from opioids is achievable. McGhee grew up in the Baltimore area and resides in Harford County. Despite life-threatening encounters with drugs and alcohol, McGhee was determined to rise about ...

MD. Attorney General Announces New Effort To Halt Illegal Robocalls

“We are harassed by robocalls every day. It is the number one complaint to attorneys general offices across the country,” said Attorney General Frosh. “The goal of many of the individuals making these calls is to steal your identity or ...

Maryland First To Recognize Caribbean Heritage Month

“Maryland is proud to commemorate the heritage and tremendous contributions made to our state and nation throughout history by Caribbean Americans,” Governor Hogan said.

BOPA Program Concludes With Youth-Led Mural Creations

With the Quilts of Gee’s Bend as their guide, Hollins and a team that included professional artists and Baltimore City youth created the vibrant, colorful façade of the DeWees Recreation Center, located at 5501 Ivanhoe Road.

The Helping Hands Of St. Vincent de Paul Of Baltimore

A curriculum focused on math, literacy, and social-emotional learning. Extracurricular activities, including dance, art, nature exploration, swim safety, weekly field trips, and daily recreation. These are among the unforgettable and transformational camp experiences that Camp St. Vincent offered its campers.

Park Heights Renaissance Leads Successful Nonviolence Rally

Park Heights is a highly diverse community, which shares a common aspiration to rebuild. It offers enhanced quality of life and economy opportunity, according to community leaders.

Local Radio-Show Host, Community Activist And Pastor, Reverend Dr. St. George Crosse Dies At 79

Outspoken, dedicated and trailblazing community leader, political activist and pastor, Rev. Dr. St. George I. B. Crosse passed away on August 7, 2019. He was 79 years old.

The Market At Montebello Features Yoga, Wellness, Plant-Based Foods

Recent negative comments about Baltimore came from individuals who have never truly experienced all the good that Charm City has to offer, according to Nicole Foster.

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