$3 Million Committed To Revitalize Baltimore's Historic Lexington Market

Governor Larry Hogan announced a $3 million bridge loan through the Department of Housing and Community Development's Neighborhood BusinessWorks program for the revitalization of Baltimore's historic Lexington Market.

Virginia Family Extols Multiple Benefits Of Baltimore’s Ronald McDonald House Charities

The Marsh family of Colonial Beach, Virginia, counts among the people who have benefited from the RMHC in Baltimore.

Union Baptist Church Choir To Perform At B&O Railroad

The B&O Railroad Museum is honored to host the Union Baptist Church choir for an unforgettable live concert in celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Sunday, January 19 at 1:30 PM.

Baltimore & Me: The Shift List

Sarah Wallace is a Bunting Neighborhood Leadership Program Fellow (BNLP). The BNLP is a Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute initiative “that aims to equip the next generation of Baltimore’s community activists with the knowledge, skills, and tools to be transformative ...

Meet Bessie Elizabeth Harding:110 Years Old And Still Going Strong!

"She’s spry, has a sense of humor that will tickle any funny bone, encourages others, and has an amazing memory. Not bad, considering Harding recently celebrated her 110th birthday in November."

Baltimore Tattoo Artist Featured On The Television Show ‘Ink Master’

A self-taught Baltimore tattoo artist will appear on the Paramount Network’s hit television show, “Ink Master.”

UMB Breaks Ground on New Community Engagement Center

Oct. 24 marked the start of the renovation with a groundbreaking ceremony. UMB representatives, city leaders, elected officials, and West Baltimore residents were all invited to come and celebrate.

Annual Casey Cares Holiday Party For Critically Ill Children And Their Families At Maryland Science Center

The festivities included breakfast, a visit from Santa, live music and an opportunity for families to explore the fascinating exhibits at the Maryland Science Center.

LifeBridge Health Announces New Name For Bon Secours Hospital: Grace Medical Center

“As we thought about a new name for the hospital, we wanted to honor the hospital’s 100-year history as well as reflect our ongoing commitment to ensuring that the people of West Baltimore have health services they need now and ...

Five Breast Cancer-Screening Guidelines Women Need To Know

The American Cancer Society offers the following recommendations to help guide conversations with your doctor about screening for breast cancer.

Fifth Annual Couture Tree Competition At Lord Baltimore Hotel

“This is a holiday tradition we look forward to bringing back year after year,” said Onahlea Shimunek, general manager, The Lord Baltimore Hotel.

Amazon Delivers More Than 2,000 ‘Boxes of Smiles’ For Maryland Families In Need; Donates Additional $50,000 To The Journey Home

Amazon spread warm, holiday joy by delivering more than 2,000 “Boxes of Smiles,” stuffed with essential items and popular holiday gifts, to The Journey Home, a citywide initiative to prevent and end homelessness in Baltimore City. In addition, Amazon surprised ...

Forget Resumes And LinkedIn - This Tech Firm Finds Talent In Unexpected Places

Catalyte operates training centers in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Denver and Portland, Oregon. It's aiming to create a diverse technology workforce by eliminating the biases that cause employers to overlook talent in underserved communities.

Celebrate The Season Aboard The MDOT MTA Holiday Bus

Continuing a 41-year tradition to help spread holiday cheer and goodwill, the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) is offering free rides on its Holiday Bus, featuring Santa Claus and his elves.

W.E.A.N. Hosts 17th Annual ‘Bag of Hope’ Event

On Saturday, December 7, 2019, Women Embracing Abilities Now (W.E.A.N) will host the 17th annual “Bags of Hope” event at The League for People with Disabilities in Baltimore.