Stronger Citizenship Role Can Help Rid Rogue Police

We must ask ourselves: do we fight the power or become The Power? To influence City Hall and police the police, we must participate in our democracy. Vote intelligently!

Miss Black Maryland USA Featured in Lifetime’s New Women’s Campaign

Baltimore attorney Saidah Grimes is part of Lifetime’s new online campaign, “Her America: 50 Women, 50 States.” Grimes says she is using her platform as Miss Black Maryland USA to help shine a light on the inequality experienced by African ...

Bethesda Company Receives Cyber Security Grant

Cybersecurity is an important and growing concern— one that touches every economic sector and is essential for national security, according to Max Shuftan, the program director of SANS CyberTalent at the SANS Institute in North Bethesda.

Baltimore Blast, The City’s Only Winning Team

While the team has a winning-athletic presence in the community, Blast team officials proudly boast that their organizational priorities include expressing community support and commitment to education among Baltimore area youths. “We believe in our motto ‘Education is a Blast,'" ...

Community Action Agency Appoints New Chief Executive Officer

The Board of Directors of the Anne Arundel County Community Action Agency, Inc. proudly announces the appointment of Corwin T. Macklin as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer. Macklin has been serving as the Interim CEO since September of 2017.

Annapolis Native Serving Aboard Navy Warship In San Diego

An Annapolis native and 2011 Annapolis High School, Old Mill High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard USS Russell.

BGE Increases Reward For Recycling Appliances During February

BGE residential customers can get $75 for recycling their old working refrigerator or freezer

ShopRite Donates $117,500 to Support Maryland Food Banks

On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, the Maryland Food Bank (MFB) welcomed associates from ShopRite and Price Rite Marketplace stores who made a special check presentation at a volunteer night in the food bank’s warehouse.

Ravens Biggest Off-Season Needs

The Baltimore Ravens came close to making the playoffs in 2017 but fell short once again. It all came down to one play on defense against the Cincinnati Bengals at home in the season finale.

3 Tips for Raising Capital: U.S. Black Chambers, Inc.

"The struggle continues. Blacks are still in need of achieving true economic parity and inclusion," said Jackson. "We need greater access to capital, credit, formal education and higher wages because many blacks are the working poor."

Maryland Cannabis Policy Reform Coalition to Hold Citizen Lobby Day in Support of Legalization Referendum Bill, News Conference at the State Capitol on Wednesday

State lawmakers who are introducing bills this week to put the issue of whether to tax and regulate marijuana for adult use on the 2018 ballot will hold a news conference in support of the legislation on Wednesday. Sponsors will ...

Writing Contest for Maryland Middle School Students

All Maryland middle school students are invited to enter a statewide writing contest focusing on the themes of peace and social justice.

Free healthy heart screenings during National Heart Month

In observance of the National Heart Month in February, physical therapists from Burs and Garrett Physical Therapy Associates located at 2530 N Charles Street in Baltimore City, will offer free healthy heart screenings and will provide education on the importance ...

Maryland Historical Society commemorates 200th Birthday of Frederick Douglass

The Maryland Historical Society will host noted scholar and professor of history at Yale University, David Blight, Ph.D., as he brings his expertise to discuss importance of Frederick Douglass's life and thought as part of our recognition of Black History ...

SECU MD Foundation introduces Tynes Scholarship at Morgan State

To recognize the many contributions made by Donald Tynes, Sr., longtime member of its Board of Directors, SECU, Maryland’s largest credit union, is introducing the Donald Tynes, Sr. Scholarship Program, which will be offered through the SECU MD Foundation.