Martin O'Malley challenges Hillary Clinton

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took a major shot at Hillary Clinton on Sunday, saying the country needs a "new perspective" and "new leadership" in the 2016 election.

Man shot dead at Fort Meade after ramming main gate near NSA

Two men tried to ram the main gate to enter the headquarters of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland on Monday, according to a federal law enforcement official briefed on the probe.

Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival fundraiser receives strong community support

Approximately 75 guests attended the Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival fundraiser called African Threads on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at ADEK Productions— located at 1801 West Street in Annapolis. Proceeds will support forthcoming efforts to hold a 2015 Kunta Kinte Heritage ...

Roland Park Place welcomes Keiffer Jackson Mitchell, Jr. to Board of Directors

Roland Park Place (RPP), Baltimore City’s only not-for-profit continuing care retirement community (CCRC), announced the appointment of former state delegate Keiffer Jackson Mitchell, Jr. to its dynamic Board of Directors. Mitchell brings to RPP a lifetime of public service experience, ...

Local transplant recipient meets legislators for funding

Transplanted blood cells from umbilical cords proved to be the key in helping to save the life of Baltimore area resident and leukemia patient Linda Kosinski. The married mother of three, who first received her heartbreaking diagnosis in 2007, was ...

Homebuyers, renters to explore affordable housing options at Maryland’s largest housing fair

Come Home to Howard County, the largest housing fair in the state of Maryland, will open its doors for the 9th annual Howard County Housing Fair on Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wilde Lake ...

Indie Soul: Cherie Cofield’s 5th Annual Let’s Get Serious Health, Wellness, and Fitness Expo

It’s time to get ready for the 5th Annual Let’s Get Serious Health, Wellness, and Fitness Expo on Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Hopkins researchers offer new hope to sickle cell patients

Johns Hopkins researchers were able to successfully correct the genetic error in stem cells of patients with sickle cell disease and grow mature red blood cells in a lab.

Baltimore native serves aboard USS New Orleans

A 2012 Randallstown High School graduate and Baltimore native is serving aboard USS New Orleans, one of the Navy’s newest and most advanced amphibious ships, designed to deliver Marines and their equipment to and from war zones.

Maryland traffic deaths decline to lowest point in 66 years

Transportation Secretary, Pete K. Rahn, Acting State Police Superintendent, William M. Pallozzi and Motor Vehicle Administrator and Governor’s Highway Safety Representative Milt Chaffee today joined elected officials, AAA Mid-Atlantic’s Managing Director, Mahlon “Lon” Anderson and highway safety advocates to announce ...

Comcast to take more complaints via Facebook and Twitter

Comcast is bulking up its presence on Twitter and Facebook as it tries to repair the damage done by a string of very public customer service catastrophes.

Hollywood comes to Annapolis for annual film festival

Hollywood is making an appearance on the Chesapeake

Baltimore Water Project launched to help residents pay water bills

Tiffani Bell and Kristy Tillman used social media to make a significant social impact and now their mission to do good deeds is spreading.

Maritime Industries Academy claims top national prize in ”Get Schooled Challenge”

The challenge is to get students to attend school. The bigger challenge is to find ways to do this. Comcast and The Baltimore City School District have figured out a way to do just that by taking part in the ...

Indie Soul Students of the Week: Naysa Reames, Cori Grainger, Shamon Thomas-Green, and Jessica Cooley

Representing the ladies of Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women and Office of College Counseling, these students deserve a standing ovation!