Children battling cancer join Governor Larry Hogan to cheer on Ravens

Governor Larry Hogan attended the Baltimore Ravens home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, along with four children who are also battling cancer.

Columbia triathlete Michele Tuttle Places at 2015 World ITU Triathlon

USA triathlete and registered dietitian, Michelle Tuttle, placed sixth in the Sprint World Championship (50-54 age group), third for the U.S. team, at the 2015 International Triathlon Union (ITU) triathlon in Chicago recently.

Pope Francis blesses Gov. Hogan on 'behalf of all cancer patients'

Governor Larry Hogan met His Holiness Pope Francis in Washington and received blessings on behalf of all cancer patients on Thursday, September 24, 2015.

Expert shares job, internship search tips

Many job seekers may re-evaluate their employment goals and question effective strategies to find a new position, as the end of 2015 draws near.

Baltimore five-year-old wins state pageant title

On August 13, 2015, five-year-old Gabrielle Giles, won the prestigious title of Miss Maryland Princess 2015 for the National American Miss Pageant.

Green Street Academy opens in West Baltimore

The Green Street Academy building is as important to West Baltimore today, as the ground it stands on was decades ago.

Annapolis native awarded fellowship in Computer Science

Jeremy Blackstone, 23, knows what it means to embrace unforeseen challenges with courage and determination.

High school students react to Baltimore unrest

A group of 10 Baltimore students representing five of the city’s public high schools delivered an inspiring message to their classmates, school communities, and the public in a video shown at a recent meeting of the Baltimore City Board of ...

Ravens offense comes alive but not enough to beat Raiders

The Baltimore Ravens have never started a season with two losses under head coach John Harbaugh.

Recycle your room air conditioners and dehumidifiers

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) announced that it will have a recycling drop-off location in Baltimore for working room air conditioners and dehumidifiers.

Register for Marian House's 7th Annual 5K Run/Walk during National Recovery Month

During National Recovery Month, runners and walkers of all ages will lace up their sneakers for the 7th Annual Marian House Race to Embrace Independence 5K Run/Walk and One-Mile Family Fun Run on Saturday, September 26, 2015.

Maryland WholeHome: Investing in families by helping families invest in their homes

Maryland WholeHome is a statewide initiative that brings together the resources available to help homeowners learn how they can make their homes healthier, safer and more energy efficient through the Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) low interest loans ...

Casino launches recruitment efforts for young adults

Maryland Live! Casino, an affiliate of The Cordish Companies, has launched a new hiring initiative aimed at recruiting young adults aged 18 and up for all available positions at the Hanover, Maryland, casino.

Promise Heights lifts a back-to-school burden for West Baltimore parents

For the second year in a row, the Promise Heights initiative led by the University of Maryland School of Social Work (SSW) helped families cope with one of the challenges of getting their children back to school— immunizations.

Neighbor to Family keeping siblings together

For seven years, Gordon Johnson served as head of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.