Baltimore Times Set to Launch User, Ad-Friendly Redesigned Website

The Baltimore Times is launching a new website with a completely redesigned homepage, new features, and functionality to improve the user experience.

UMB, Comcast partner to provide Internet service to up to 1,000 families in West Baltimore

It was only one month ago that students and leaders from Baltimore joined others from cities around the nation to call on Comcast and the Federal Communica- tions Commission to expand Wi-Fi access and move the conversation forward on the ...

Organization Seeks to Honor a Baltimore Father of the Year

Ernest Woodson knows what it’s like being a single Black father. He also knows the challenges, both real and perceived, with stereotypes erroneously suggesting that African American men routinely ignore their responsibilities as a father.

Public-private coalition launches campaign to educate Black community on importance of flu shot

Reverend Dr. Terris King, the Pastor of Liberty Grace Church of God and CEO of King Enterprise Group, believes the coronavirus pandemic makes the coming flu season all the deadlier.

Hotel Revival General Manager Appointed Donte Johnson Named to Mount Vernon Place Conservancy Board

Donte Johnson, general manager of Hotel Revival, was recently appointed to the board of directors for the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy

Yasmine Young Gets to ‘the Root’ of Her Success UMBC Grad Owner of Diaspora Salon in Charles Village

“In more recent centuries, our identities and distinctiveness in appearance have been suppressed and shunned by the mainstream. For us at Diaspora Salon, we celebrate our ancestry by outwardly adorning our curly and coily natural hair. It is our crown.” ...

New book combats negative images of black men, celebrates leadership and perseverance

In mainstream media, positive stories featuring black men and boys are often presented less frequently in print and on television.


Macy’s hiring more than 700 seasonal colleagues in Maryland for the 2020 holiday season B-roll available in media note below for free and unrestricted use

U.S. Postal Service dedicates new Kwanzaa stamp

Washington, D.C.— The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) continues to celebrate Kwanzaa, which honors the values and beliefs around African American heritage, by dedicating a new Kwanzaa stamp on Tuesday, October 13, 2020.

Baltimore brand consultant is changing the entrepreneurship game

As businesses rethink their strategies and entrepreneurs continue to scramble to maintain successful businesses during a global pandemic Raven Paris, a Baltimore based brand consultant and multi- media strategist who has freelanced and served as a radio host for local ...

Baltimore Museum of Art hosts live-streaming conversation The Necessity of Tomorrow(s): Tarana Burke and Nadya Tolokonnikova

On Thursday, October 22, The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) will host “The Necessity of Tomorrow(s): Tarana Burke and Nadya Tolokonnikova,” a free online conversation with activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement Tarana Burke and conceptual artist and ...

BCRP holds groundbreaking ceremony for regional recreational facility

A transformative South Baltimore- based project more than a decade in the making is finally beginning to come to fruition.

Dalila Wilson-Scott promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at Comcast

Comcast Corporation announced that Dalila Wilson-Scott has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Comcast Corporation, reporting to Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brian L. Roberts.

M&T Bank Shines Spotlight on Local businesses

Melody McCrea has worked at M&T Bank for nearly eight years, and her passion for helping customers has never waned.

Ravens prepare to move on from ugly loss to Chiefs

Monday night's contest against the Kansas City Chiefs was supposed to be a coming out party for the Baltimore Ravens. They welcomed the defending Super Bowl Champions to M&T Bank Stadium for a clash of top teams on the AFC.