Maryland courts ask students to help promote peace

The Maryland Judiciary is inviting young artists to help promote peacemaking in the 11th annual Conflict Resolution Day Student Bookmark Art Contest. The contest for Maryland students in grades K-8 celebrates national Conflict Resolution Day, which is Thursday, October 20, ...

Devin Hester is an obvious choice for the Ravens

The Ravens were the obvious choice for new return man Devin Hester

Baltimore’s ‘Boys of Dunbar’ celebrated in new book

In the early 1980s, Dunbar High School enjoyed one of the most successful basketball programs in the nation. Most would argue that the school’s 1981-82 team, the Dunbar Poets, were the best ever.

Former NFL player writes children’s book

Tavon Mason, a former National Football League wide receiver for the New York Jets hung up his cleats and embraced a new position. In stark contrast to his former position on the field, Mason is now the author of a ...

Life In Baltimore: Baltimorean chosen to head BSO OrchKids Program

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) recently hired Raquel Whiting Gilmer as the first executive director of it’s OrchKids program.

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute class of 1966 gathers online

Alumni from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Class of 1966 are participating in a class reunion website at http://classreport.org/usa/md/baltimore/bpi/1966/. No registration fees are required to join in the fun. Each class member has full participation privileges.

New app offers free movie tickets to Baltimore residents

Atom Tickets, the first of its kind theatrical mobile ticketing platform and app, has arrived in Baltimore and movie-goers can get a free ticket to their favorite film.

Howard Park ShopRite, community enjoy successful Barbecue Cook Off

More than 350 local residents and others braved the heat for the inaugural Klein’s ShopRite of Baltimore’s Barbecue Ribs Cook Off on Saturday, August 20, 2016.

Success in Style seeking volunteers for new Annapolis Location

Ill-fitting borrowed clothing can distract a job seeker from putting their best foot forward, but the right outfit can make a world of difference. Success in Style (SIS) is a nonprofit, which helps job seekers in Anne Arundel County to ...

AKA’s donate 700 backpacks to Baltimore City students

It’s back-to-school time and thanks to Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and Epsilon Omega Foundation, 700 Baltimore City school students will return outfitted with backpacks filled with supplies.

Governor Hogan unveils Maryland's new license plate

Governor Larry Hogan unveiled Maryland's new license plate design, which will feature the Maryland flag front and center.

Board of Estimates approves water rate hike

The Baltimore City Board of Estimates approved a rate hike for city water bills Wednesday.

Baltimore County Public Library now offers free access to Rosetta Stone language program

Are you interested in learning to speak French but don't have the budget for lessons? Would you like to learn Mandarin, but don't have the time to dedicate to a class schedule?

Maryland schools begin to open for 2016-2017 academic year

Maryland public school systems began to re-open on August 17, 2016, and another record number of students, are expected for the 2016-17 academic year.

North Avenue Rising Project promises efficient, effective transit

Last school year, Brittany Patterson’s commute to work started at 5:45 a.m. on the 91 bus from Garrison Boulevard and Bateman Avenue.