The Baltimore Times Consultant, Ackneil Muldrow, honored by Bon Secours Hospital

Mr. Muldrow has served as chair of both Bon Secours’ Foundation and Baltimore Health System Boards (the latter, since 2014).

African American Commission and Maryland Historical Trust award $1 million to assist African American Heritage Preservation

The African American Heritage Preservation Program (AAHPP) provided 13 grants totaling $1 million to Maryland nonprofit groups, local governments and businesses in fiscal year 2016.

Rapper Lupe Fiasco takes on white supremacy

Lupe Fiasco has a message for white supremacists: There is nothing "supreme" about you.

Report: Autopsy shows Freddie Gray suffered 'high-energy injury'

A day after six Baltimore police officers pleaded not guilty to all charges in Freddie Gray's death, a newspaper reported his autopsy shows he suffered a "high-energy injury" most likely caused by a sudden slowing of the police van holding ...

Parkers can now use online tool to apply and pay for monthly parking at city-owned garages

Parkers looking for monthly contracts at Baltimore City-owned garages are now able to use an online tool to find, apply for and pay for their parking. The website, https://payments.bcparking.com, gives parkers information about available parking and more control over their ...

SDAT warns homeowners of misleading property assessment letter

The State of Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation’s acting Director, Owen Charles, is warning property owners in Maryland to be on the alert for an official looking mailer from a private company with a misleading promise of a reduction ...

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake sworn in as 73rd president of U.S. Conference of Mayors

The presidential gavel was officially handed to Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake today by outgoing U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) President Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, appointing her head of the nonpartisan organization during the 83rd Annual Meeting of the USCM Annual ...

Baltimore declares Code Red Heat Advisory for Tuesday

With the heat index expected to be at 105 degrees, Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen has issued a Code Red Heat Advisory for Tuesday, June 23.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announces cancer diagnosis

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday he has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, a form of cancer.

Baltimore Orioles, Science Center partner with libraries to promote summer reading

The Maryland State Department of Education’s Division of Library Development and Services is launching its 2015 Summer Reading Program at public libraries throughout the state.

Seven-year-old hosts gospel charity concert in Anne Arundel County

An idea to hold a gospel concert fundraiser benefiting students in need began with a reward that a local grandmother gave to her granddaughter.

Broadneck High School graduate creates book to encourage others

Elizabethe Caswell Overton was selected as “Most Likely to Brighten Your Day” by her fellow Class of 2015 Broadneck High School classmates.

First class graduates from SEED School of Maryland

Twenty-nine graduates from the SEED School of Maryland achieved a 93 percent acceptance rate to four-year colleges and universities and were awarded more than $2 million in scholarships.

Indie Soul Fashion: E. Bannister Couture presents 'L’affaire du Blanc et Noir'

If you talk to anyone in the Baltimore area who loves fashion, there is always one name that comes up— Earle Bannister!


The Historic Music Festival, Hosted By the City of Baltimore and produced by greiBO Returns to Camden Yards Sports & Entertainment Complex, June 20-­‐21, for A Celebration of Life, Music and Culture -­‐-­‐Hosted by Actor & Producer Chris Spencer, Singer ...