Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Front Seven

Mosley had wrist surgery and was out for most of the Ravens off season activities.

Everyone's a Kid Day at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

There’s nothing like a trip to the Zoo to make everyone feel like kid!

Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Offensive Line

The Baltimore Ravens were able to run the ball very consistently last season thanks to the offensive line.

Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Wide Receivers

There was a buzz among the media about the Baltimore Ravens wide receivers throughout OTAs and mini-camps.

Rodney H. Scaife named National Kidney Foundation of Maryland Board Chair

The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland (NKF-MD) has elected Rodney H. Scaife chairman of its board of directors.

Mayor introduces Fun Wagon

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake spent part of Wednesday, July 15, 2015 showing off her hula-hoop skills to the delight of young ones, parents and officials at the Robert C. Marshall Recreation Center on Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore City.

Enterprise to develop affordable homes for families in Baltimore City

Enterprise Homes, Inc. closed recently on financing to build 68 new, affordable apartments at 211 West Mulberry Street in Baltimore City.

Baltimore resident feeling 'fabulous' about diabetes program

India Harris counts among the nearly 1.2 million Americans who have pre-diabetes and who are at risk of developing the debilitating disease.

Ravens Eugene Monroe looking forward to a healthy season

The offensive line is one of the stronger positions on the Baltimore Ravens roster. The players have drawn some attention as being the lone unit that can rival the Dallas Cowboys for best in the NFL.

Minority Male Makers: Verizon invests in STEM education for minority boys

This summer marks the official launch of the Minority Male Makers program, a first-of-its-kind, two-year program created by Verizon, that gives minority middle school boys hands-on learning experiences with advanced technology and opening their eyes to many of the exciting ...

Local students taking ‘stock’ in education through SIF program

Financial literacy is sometimes a subject that stumps educators. It’s also no secret that, outside of Wall Street, there are many adults who find the stock market difficult to follow, much less invest in.

Maryland entrepreneur talks to blacks, minorities about nuclear engineering

Charles Wilson isn’t shy about discussing poverty and the issues that face many inner city and poverty-stricken youth on a regular basis.

Debate meets social justice at Coppin State University

Coppin State University is hosting the third annual Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle (LBS) - Eddie Conway Liberation Institute (ECLI) Debate Camp for High School Students this summer.

Baltimore youth help beautify Sandtown through art

Locations around Sandtown will be getting a colorful facelift, with the help of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA), a community-based nonprofit called Jubilee Arts, YouthWorks, master teaching artists, 80 young people and funders.

Md. native, recent graduate, wins McDonald’s Lovin’ Video Competition

A series of exciting events began to unfold in Richard T. Fields’ life in May and June of this year. Although the 26-year-old recently earned his master of fine arts degree (MFA) in Film and Electronic Media from American University ...