UMB Offers Employees New Homebuyer Incentive

University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) will offer employees a huge incentive to purchase a home in one of seven nearby West Baltimore neighborhoods under a new Live Near Your Work program introduced Jan. 9 by President Jay A. Perman, MD.

Kaiser Permanente and Bon Secours partnership paying off in West Baltimore

They came, they saw and they celebrated!

Pratt Library Announces Historic Expansion of Hours

Libraries to increase hours more than 30 percent thanks to state and city funds

Ten Local Civil and Human Rights Activists to be Honored at MLK Awards Dinner

The milestone 30th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Awards Reception and Dinner will be held Friday, January 12, 2017 at 5 p.m.

Preparation and safety tips as extreme cold continues

Maryland is seeing bitter cold across the state, with wind chill and winter storm advisories and watches issues by the National Weather Service for many counties.

Humanim Vice President of Advancement Diana Ellis Graduates from Leadership Maryland

Humanim is pleased to announce that Diana Ellis, Vice President of Advancement, has completed the Leadership Maryland professional development program, dedicated to building a better Maryland by harnessing the strength of its local business and community leaders. Leadership Maryland honored ...

Fashion Mogul Rolls out Dress Campaign for Girls

For the next few months, Sam Sisakhti will be traveling around the country delivering holiday dresses to underprivileged girls while also bringing in motivational speakers to lecture the recipients about cyber-bullying and positive body image.

Meet Consultant Karenthia A. Barber: Helping Organizations Run More Efficiently

There is an old saying, “Behind every man is a good woman.” However, when it comes to organizational development, one local entrepreneur has her clients saying, “Behind every good business or manager is a ‘Karenthia A. Barber.”

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.