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Marian House gives new purpose to vacant Catholic school buildings for housing homeless

Twenty-two newly renovated apartments in the Pen Lucy neighborhood of Baltimore City are ready for its first residents, all of whom were previously homeless, to move in this December.

Lady boxer proud to represent Baltimore

Even though she admittedly grew up in what she describes as one of Baltimore's roughest parts of town, Destiny Day-Owens remains committed to overcome her early obstacles to become one of America's premiere women boxers.

Minority Innovation Weekend

The National Society of Black Engineers – Baltimore Metroplitan Area Chapter (NSBE-BMAC) Launches the Minority Innovation Weekend in November

AFRO Strengthens Digital Efforts

After more than a year of careful planning, the AFRO American Newspapers Company is currently in the process of completing the relocation of its Baltimore principal offices to a more efficient venue.

The Unique Art of Larry ‘Poncho’ Brown, a Baltimore Legend

Larry “Poncho” Brown has many accolades that he earned with the stroke of a paintbrush.

PNC sponsors ‘Mind Your Business’ Seminar for Creative Artists

PNC continues to immerse itself into the community as a good neighbor and responsible partner, supporting small businesses and those in the arts— particularly business owners who might lack some of the necessary resources of powerful corporate entrepreneurs.

Iris Leigh Barnes appointed to Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture

Governor Larry Hogan has appointed Iris Leigh Barnes of Havre de Grace to the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture. She was sworn in as a commissioner for a four-year term on Friday, October 20, 2017.

Forever Stamp honoring National Museum of African American History and Culture on sale

The Celebrating African American History and Culture Forever stamp is now available for sale. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is located at 1400 Constitution Avenue, NW in Washington, D.C.

Baltimore Dentists Collect Halloween Candy for Overseas Troops Treats

Kool Smiles Dentists exchange candy for toys to send to US Troops for "sweet" reminder of home

Community celebrates restoration of iconic Tom Miller mural

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, which manages the Baltimore Mural Program, celebrated the restoration of one of the largest murals designed by Tom Miller (1945-2000), one of Baltimore’s most iconic muralists.

National Society of Black Engineers hosts Minority Innovation Weekend

The first Minority Innovation Weekend kicks off at 9 a.m. on Saturday, November 9, 2017 at Hotel RL - Baltimore Inner Harbor.

Governor Larry Hogan named “Champion of the Chesapeake”

Governor Larry Hogan was named one of the Chesapeake Conservancy’s 2017 “Champions of the Chesapeake” for his dedication to Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts and improving water quality in Maryland and the Bay region.

Tips from BGE to help customers ‘fall’ into savings during National Energy Awareness Month

Customers can take action now to save energy and money this winter

Baltimore City Community College Welcomes

On Monday, officials at Baltimore City Community College in partnership with Baltimore Innovation Village opened its doors to the Conscious Venture Lab’s Business Accelerator which introduced the seven start-up companies that will be a part of the Fall 2017 cohort ...

University of Maryland Medical System hosts “Fall Back to Good Health” Fair

Do you know your numbers? What’s your blood pressure? How’s your cholesterol?

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