Baltimore native serving aboard nuclear-powered submarine

A 2014 Friendship Academy of Science and Technology graduate and Baltimore native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered fast attack submarines, USS Santa Fe.

Baltimore Teacher Network hosts forum on violence in public schools

The Baltimore Teacher Network (BTN) a Baltimore City nonprofit charter school organization will host an open teacher forum on the increase of violence in city schools on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, exactly one year after the civil uprising in West ...

New tool available to determine if patient may have problem with alcohol or drugs

Consumers and healthcare providers have a new online resource with a rich array of information about an alcohol and drug use screening and intervention service being implemented at primary care centers in Maryland.

Ebenezer A.M.E. celebrates 180th anniversary

In 1836, a group of worshipers met in a small paint shop in South Baltimore for the purpose of singing and praying. The group was the first membership of what is now known as Ebenezer African American Methodist (A.M.E.) Church..

Women’s Exchange 'Made in Maryland' shop returns

The Women’s Exchange “Made in Maryland” spring shop is back.

'Heavy Is The Rain' debuts at Hopkins

Unified Voices (UV) of Johns Hopkins presents the highly anticipated stage play, “Heavy Is The Rain” from April 22, 2016 to April 24, 2016 at Johns Hopkins’ Turner Auditorium located at 720 Rutland Avenue in Baltimore.

Carpenter House celebrates 10 years of service with Building Blocks Awards Gala

The Carpenter House will be celebrate its 10 year anniversary with the Building Blocks Awards (BBA) Gala black-tie fundraiser on Sunday, May 1, 2016, which will be hosted by Q Parker of R&B sensation 112, with a live performance by ...

Baltimore City College students present plan for abandoned buildings

In January, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced a $700 million plan to tear down thousands of vacant buildings in Baltimore and replace them with new developments.

Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre coming to The Lyric

It was a dream, come true. Baltimore School for the Arts graduate Jacqueline Green would be returning to her native town to dance with the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre.

Baltimore Ravens raise level of intensity during off-season workouts

The 2015 season was one of the toughest seasons in the 20-year history of the Baltimore Ravens. They had high expectations going into the season, but ended up with a 5-11 record. One of the recurring factors for them was ...

Organizations mobilize residents to register to vote

With the elections so critical to our community, many organizations stepped up their efforts to register citizens to vote by the deadline.

UMB hosts grand opening of community engagement center

Last summer, after riots and unrest gripped Baltimore in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray, much attention was focused on poverty and city communities that regularly find themselves in the throes of violence.

Curtis Bay woman wins prestigious environmental prize

There are two fundamental criteria that recipients of the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize must meet: Recent significant environmental achievement and that the achievement was accomplished through grassroots activism.

Pastor to come down from roof after 500 people from his community vote

After living on the roof of Jubilee Arts for 5 days, life-long Sandtown resident and pastor of Newborn Community of Faith Church, Elder Harris is coming down Wednesday.

Monument Quilt on display on North Avenue

The Monument Quilt by FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture is an ongoing collection of stories from survivors of sexual and domestic violence and messages of support from their communities was on display on Sunday, April 10, 2016 at the corner of ...