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Fruit recall affects Costco, Trader Joe's, Walmart, Kroger stores

If you've picked up fruit at Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger or Walmart stores recently, keep reading.

Pi Omega Chapter wins award at 79th Grand Conclave

The Pi Omega Chapter, Graduate Chapter of Baltimore proved actions speak louder than words 79th Grand Conclave of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. held July 10 - 17, 2014 in Philadelphia.

New student discipline guidelines designed to reduce racial disparity

The Maryland State Board of Education has voted unanimously to accept guidelines for the state’s student code of discipline that can serve as a model for local school systems to use when developing their own discipline codes.

Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the Week: TyLeishia Douglass

This week’s Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the week holds so many titles we might have to call her the new mini Oprah. TyLeishia Douglass is a woman with many skills, but is confident in all that she does.

UB President Kurt L. Schmoke honors late brother with scholarship

Kurt L. Schmoke, who became the new president of the University of Baltimore (UB) in July, recently announced a scholarship fund in honor of his late brother that will benefit Baltimore students enrolled in UB’s College of Public Affairs.

Elkridge family battling cancer gets help from strangers

For Elkridge resident Kathy Oliver, every day chores such as pulling weeds in the backyard and raking the lawn are mere distractions nowadays. Her son, 17-year-old Bo Oliver, has Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare bone cancer and is going through treatment ...

Shoprite hosts 2nd annual gun buyback

Through a combined effort of ShopRite Supermarkets, elected officials, non-profit organizations and the local police, the number of guns on the streets of Baltimore will be greatly reduced.

AACC offers AARP safe driving course for older drivers

Discover ways for driving safely as you age by attending the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Safe Driving Course, sponsored by Anne Arundel Community College’s Center on Aging from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 12, 2014.

First woman firefighter poses for FDNY charity calendar

Eleven years ago, Danae Mines ignored her family's objections and became one of the few female firefighters with the New York City Fire Department, better known as the FDNY.

AACC names former student-athlete Duane Herr Director of Athletics

Anne Arundel Community College has named Duane P. Herr of Glen Burnie as director of Athletics. A former scholar-athlete on both AACC’s and Towson’s baseball teams, Herr has been serving as interim coordinator of Athletics since last August.

Dontae Winslow returns to Baltimore with Justin Timberlake

Summer is heating up in the city and serving Baltimoreans as much fun, entertainment and music as the city can handle. From local to internationally recognized artists, the city is getting its fair share of festivities and seasonal fun.

Have you heard of homesharing?

Housing prices continue to soar in cities around the United States. Even in Baltimore, a city that is considered affordable compared to New York and Boston, rents are unmanageable for many and young students in particular.

Baltimore's drug treatment court sentencing grads to brighter future

Samuel Gilbert recently celebrated his 48th birthday. However, for most of those 48 years, he has been on drugs.

Struggling Maryland homeowners offered mortgage help

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), a HUD Certified non-profit, will offer Baltimore area homeowners a last chance to stop the foreclosure of their home and make their mortgage affordable during the nation’s largest and most effective homeownership event.

Fluorescent elephants ‘Join the Movement’ at Artscape

There’s plenty to get excited about when it comes to Artscape, the country’s largest free arts festival.

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