50 Years Later, Father And Daughter Unite At Surprise Reunion

Arthur Shepard had not seen Sawyer Kluttz since she was two-days old. Efforts to locate her proved fruitless until Brenda Sawyer Kluttz utilized Ancestry to contact family members of Shepard. That contact eventually led to a correspondence with him on ...

Proud Mom Watches Bernard Young Take Oath of Office

Hundreds packed into the War Memorial Building on N. Gay Street on Thursday, May 9, 2019 to see Bernard C. “Jack” Young take the Oath of Office as the 51st Mayor of Baltimore City. Among them was Ida M. Rather, ...

Mayor Jack Young's Inauguration

Baltimore TimesWhen Catherine Pugh resigned just a week ago, Bernard C. "Jack" Young was fully vested as mayor of the city. As a result, we now have 35 year-old Brandon Scott serving as our City Council President!

Hundreds Volunteer To Help Revitalize Collington Square

Now in its 18th year, Comcast Cares Day is one of the largest corporate commitments to volunteerism and service in America. To date, more than 1 million Comcast Cares Day volunteers have contributed over 6 million service hours to improve ...

$20,000 Day Of Giving Campaign To Be Held May 16

To help keep its “OrchKids” growing over the summer, the program will hold its “Day of Giving” online crowdfunding campaign. The campaign will be held on Thursday, May 16, 2019, and will include String Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, and Full Orchestra ...

Marylanders Warned About DNA Testing Scam Targeting Medicare And Medicaid Beneficiaries

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh, is warning consumers to be suspicious of representatives of companies that purport to offer "free" DNA testing to check for cancer. The DNA testing scam is a new twist used by scammers to trick ...

Former Incarcerated Baltimore Woman Brings Opportunity To Other Ex-Offenders

To prove that ex-offenders can be rehabilitated, Koch Industries is supporting the production of “Success Beyond Bars” which profiles ex-offenders who have become successful after release. One of those profiles is Teresa Hodge, co-founder of the Baltimore-based nonprofit organization, “Mission: ...

Mayor Jack Young's Statement On Resignation Of Catherine Pugh

In accordance with the city’s Charter, Bernard C. "Jack" Young will serve as Baltimore’s 51st Mayor.

Cardin Lauds Election Of Maryland’s First Female And First African-American Speaker Of The House Of Delegates

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin, former Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates (1979-1986), congratulated Adrienne A. Jones after she was elected by her fellow delegates to serve as Maryland Speaker.

Delegate Adrienne Jones Vying To Become Next House Speaker

“Delegate Jones has been a member of the Maryland General Assembly since 1997, representing the 10th Legislative District of Baltimore County. On January 9, 2019, she was once again unanimously elected by the full House of Delegates to serve as ...

Baltimore City Students Share Views On Violence Through Creativity

Sponsored by The University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center Violence Prevention Program, the event was held April 10, 2019, during National Youth Violence Prevention Week, This year’s Art Against Violence theme was “Honoring Our Past. Creating Hope ...

Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch's Final Thoughts, In His Last Days, In His Own Words

Surrounded by loved ones, the State of Maryland’s longest serving Speaker of the House of Delegates, Michael Erin Busch, passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019, after contracting pneumonia resulting from complications associated with a 2017 liver transplant.

Baltimore Office Of Civil Rights Kicks Off ‘Can We Talk’ Series

“I felt like there was a need to have a one-on-one conversation with the communities across Baltimore,” Wesley said. “The idea was to create a series in which the people who support [Baltimore community] organizations could speak directly to the ...

Baltimore Corps Launches Summer Fellowship In Baltimore City Agencies

This week, Baltimore Corps launched the Baltimore City Mayoral Fellowship, designed to match undergraduate and graduate students interested in public service with projects that focus on public policy issues and challenges that matter most to Baltimore's residents.

Governor Hogan Statement on Passing of House Speaker Michael Busch

Governor Hogan Orders Maryland Flags to Fly At Half-Staff After The Passing of House Speaker Michael Busch