Gus and Ruby Clay Celebrate

“He was always such an interesting person to me and I wanted to find out what made him tick,” the soft-spoken Ruby Clay, now 85 years old, said, as the couple prepares to celebrate their 63rd Valentine’s Day as husband ...

Icing Smiles bringing sweetness to sick children in Baltimore

Bakers Amy Egan and Tavares Evans of Cakes 2-A-T with Ray Lewis. They will be a part of the 2017 Nielsen-Massey Buttercream Ball festivities at the Baltimore Museum of Art on Saturday, February 18, 2017.

Dovecote Cafe: A Neighborhood Nesting Place

Located in the 2500 block of Madison Avenue in historic Reservoir Hill, Dovecote Cafe is a connection point for Baltimore’s creatives, academics, grassroots organizers, civic leaders and neighboring citizens of all ages to connect over coffee and conversation.

Baltimore Could Lose Federal Funding as Sanctuary City

Federal grants to the city could be in jeopardy because Baltimore officials say they will defy President Trump's order on sanctuary cities. In 2015, Baltimore City received a $10 million federal grant for infrastructure improvements at the Port of Baltimore ...

Tax season is back, Cash Campaign is back

Tax Credit (EITC) Awareness Day: The celebration was put on last week to kick off the tax filing season and to remind thousands of working Marylanders to use the EITC.

‘The Littles’ and ‘The Bigs’ Mentoring program presented by Comcast/Big Brothers Big Sisters

Ronald, one of the program’s “Littles”, Brad Palazzo, Director of External Affairs for Comcast’s Beltway Region and a “Big” with the program, and Kiandre, another one of the “Littles,” during a recent session at the Comcast White Marsh office.

Maryland agencies pursue program to reduce lead poisoning, asthma cases

The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has partnered with the Department of the Environment and the Department of Housing and Community Development to apply to the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

After Losing HUD funding, MCVET Sticking to values, pursues other revenue

the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has defunded more than $1.2 million in funding from MCVET

WomenHeart and Burlington Stores Host “Night Out to #KnockOutHeartDisease” Event in Baltimore

The event will include a free heart health screening to educate women on their heart health

Weinberg Foundation continues great work in City Schools

Hampden Elementary/Middle School and George Washington Elementary School are the 12th and 13th schools, respectively, to receive newly-renovated libraries

President Obama honors Anne Arundel Co. resident

January 18, 2017 was an extremely memorable day for an Anne Arundel County resident Kenneth L. Gray.

FoodWorks program graduates 22nd Class of Certified Chefs

12-week program offers students a crash course in diverse culinary techniques, competency in nutrition and menu planning and, certification as a ServSafe Food Sanitation Management expert,

Applications Now Being Accepted for 15th Annual Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholars Program

Applications are now being accepted for the 15th annual Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) Engineering Scholars competition, which will provide $192,000 in college scholarships across Maryland in 2017 to promising high school seniors interested in studying engineering.

SECU initiatives continue to support community

SECU continues Points for Pediatrics and the United Way, and adds Love Blanket Project to its community initiatives

African American Heritage Preservation Grant awarded to Hyattsville CDC for rehabilitation of Sis’s Tavern

On December 16th, 2016, The Hyattsville Community Development Corporation (HCDC) was awarded a $50,000 grant by the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture (MCAAHC) and Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) through the African American Heritage Preservation Program.