Christmas Village sails into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for the 2015 Holiday Season

Christmas Village in Baltimore will again transform West Shore Park (501 Light Street) into a traditional, indoor and outdoor German Christmas Market, open between Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26 and Sunday, December 27, 2015.

Morgan State University hosts health and hip hop conference

In an effort to increase awareness about HIV/AIDS among young Black men, a group disproportionately impacted by the epidemic, health-care providers and community stakeholders hosted the “Health and Hip Hop Conference” in October at the Morgan State University in Baltimore.

Baltimore City establishes drop boxes for unwanted prescription drugs

The Baltimore City Health Department, Behavioral Health System Baltimore, and the Baltimore Police Department today announced the establishment of nine new prescription return boxes— one at each Baltimore City police precinct station— to allow individuals to return any expired or ...

Maryland Legislative Black Caucus Weekend

Fall is the time of year when Baltimoreans learn what’s happening on the state level in Maryland at the annual Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland Weekend. This year the Caucus Weekend was held November 5 - 7 and the programs ...

Ravens defense faces dynamic Rams players with Baltimore ties

The St. Louis Rams boast one of the best running games in the NFL. They are averaging 130.9 yards rushing per game, which ranks them fifth in the NFL.

Baltimore City teacher named Maryland Teacher of the Year

Ryan Kaiser, a Baltimore City social studies teacher at Mount Washington Middle School, was selected as Maryland Teacher of the Year for 2015.

‘Move Up In Maryland’ homeownership initiative launched in West Baltimore

HomeFree-USA, one of the nation's leading HUD-approved community based homeownership and financial counseling organizations opened its new office in Baltimore in the Pigtown neighborhood, and the launch of “Move Up in Maryland,” a program intended to reinvigorate West Baltimore by ...

PNC Bank team devoted to mission to support under served communities

Seson Taylor-Campbell admittedly has a soft spot when it comes to serving the local community.

Life In Baltimore: Baltimore native is ultimate martial arts fighter, trainer

Baltimore native Dorian Price always had a love for martial arts. Price grew up in Baltimore and attended Towson High School until his sophomore year, then attended and graduated from Avon Old Farms Boarding School in Connecticut.

MSU summit tackles community development challenges

A disconnect exists between the need and importance to develop a conversation about the heart and soul of communities of color, according to Ron Hantz, president of the Network for Developing Conscious Communities (NDCC).

Young entrepreneurs featured during upcoming Annapolis event

Local business owners are investing in the next generation of entrepreneurs by giving them a platform to showcase their work on Saturday, November 28, 2015 at the Pip Moyer Recreation in Annapolis.

Ravens look to overcome Aaron Donald and Rams disruptive front four

The Baltimore Ravens will have to figure out a way to move the ball against the St. Louis Rams and their vaunted front four.

Why the Ravens did not commit to running the football vs the Jaguars

There is no doubt that a mix up on a penalty at the end of the game had a lot to do with the outcome of the Baltimore Ravens loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

Terrance West: I grew up a Ravens fan. This is a blessing

The Baltimore Ravens signed Terrance West to their practice squad on Tuesday. It was a move that both parties wanted to happen when West was entering the 2014 NFL Draft.

PNC Transformative Art Prize applications open for 2016

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is now accepting applications for the 2016 PNC Transformative Art Prize!