Innovation Village Initiative to help revitalize West Baltimore

A new initiative is helping to change the conversation in an area of Baltimore where hopelessness has often led to the anger, which recently spilled over into chaos after the death of Freddie Gray.

Eugene Monroe faces uncertain future with Ravens

When it comes to the offensive line, left tackle could be considered the glamour position. That position attracts the most attention and generally warrants the highest salary. The Baltimore Ravens traded a fourth and fifth round pick in the 2014 ...

Blizzard cleanup keeps parts of Northeast shut down

Dave Schneider shook his head as he surveyed the scene around him.

Ten Senior Bowl players that could be Ravens targets

The Senior Bowl is the event that some feel kicks off draft season.

Freddie Gray case is Band-Aid to Baltimore's bigger problem

The first police officer homicide trials in Baltimore's recent history do not deal with excessive force. Instead, jurors deciding the cases of the officers involved in Freddie Gray's death will wrestle with the question of whether the defendants' actions were ...

Blizzard is over on East Coast, but Monday travel could be daunting

Icy roads, snow-covered runways and blocked train tracks threaten to snarl morning travel in many East Coast cities on Monday, days after a massive blizzard clobbered the region.

Health Commissioner extends Code Blue in Baltimore through Monday morning

With dangerously cold temperatures expected to continue through tomorrow morning, Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen extended a Code Blue declaration for Baltimore City until 10 a.m. Monday, January 25.

Highest state investment for Chesapeake Bay Trust Fund

Governor Larry Hogan announced an investment of $53 million for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund and $60 million over two years for land acquisition and preservation programs.

“Do it For Life” Health and Fitness Fair

The “Do It For Life” Health and Fitness Fair takes place on Saturday, January 23, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Truth & Life Family Worship Center located at 6305 Sherwood Road in Baltimore.

Local woman reveals cancer scare and advocacy work

Tamika Felder was going through her daily routine, filing stories as a freelance journalist and simply living the life of a happy-go-lucky 25-year-old. Then, out of nowhere, she received the news from her doctors that she had cervical cancer, a ...

Wes Moore urges more advocacy, experiential learning for young people

White House Fellow, Army veteran, best-selling author and social entrepreneur Wes Moore gave a rousing talk at Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) Wednesday, January 13, 2016, as he called on educators to combine advocacy, mentorship and social capital to move ...

Local role model opens boxing gym for kids

Mack Allison says he had to lean heavily on his mother to learn the nuances of life and whatever he failed to glean from her, he learned from the hard-knock streets of Baltimore.

East Baltimore development rises from ashes of riots

It may have been the easy thing to do for The Woda Group to pull the plug on its development and revitalization efforts in East Baltimore after riots marred peaceful demonstrations and later threatened to destroy an entire neighborhood in ...

Executive Director Dr. Skipp Sanders retires from Reginald F. Lewis Museum

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum Board of Directors bids farewell to Dr. Skipp Sanders after four years as executive director. Dr. Sanders will retire from his position at the end of January 2016.

Annapolis prepares for major winter storm

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides is asking all residents to begin preparing for Friday’s major winter storm.