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Are You Ready For Summer Heat And Storms?

Summer’s high temperatures translate to more electricity use, as air conditioning units work harder to keep homes and businesses comfortable, but there are opportunities for customers to save. Starting June 1, 2018, the average BGE residential customer who purchases electricity ...

Artscape, America’s Largest Free Arts Festival Returns For Three Days

The 37th annual Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival returns to Charm City from Friday, July 20 through Sunday, July 22, 2018 at Mount Royal Avenue and North Charles Street. Artscape opens from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday ...

UA Basketball's New Original Series Home Court: Baltimore

Under Armour Basketball's new inaugural series, Home Court: Baltimore is now live on YouTube!

Baltimore Entrepreneur Already ‘Polished’ At Age 17

At 17, Madison Poole is already a successful entrepreneur. The Baltimore teen owns and operates Prince M Cosmetics, an online retailer with all-natural products and shades like Color Me Coral and Purple Fusion, which she helped to create with the ...

BGE Customers Can Save Energy And Money By Shopping On BGEMarketplace.com

BGE customers can now purchase energy-saving products online at the BGE Marketplace. The newly-launched retail site offers energy-related products that save them time and money, such as LED lightbulbs, smart thermostats, advanced power strips, and more. The energy savings from ...

MDH Reminds Marylanders To Keep Wildlife In The Wild

Each year during the spring and summer months, the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) receive reports of captive wildlife situations in which residents attempt to care for or possess wild animals. These ...

Petition To Protect Our Journalists

In a special tribute to the victims of the tragic fatal shooting in Annapolis last week, Rocky Twyman and his wife dedicated an afternoon to gain signatures in respectful petition to Baltimore's politicians.

Tribute To The Capital Gazette

On behalf of The Baltimore Times, The Annapolis Times newspapers and the people of the community, thank you for your service and your commitment to the community. — Joy Bramble, Publisher

Baltimore Polytechnic Student Wins 5th Annual Fred Lazarus IV Artscape Prize

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) announced that the winner of the fifth annual Fred Lazarus IV Artscape Prize (The Fred) is Kailah Foreman, a senior at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.

Dole and ShopRite Partner Bring Special Learning Garden to School

Dole Packaged Foods partnered with ShopRite and Captain Planet Foundation to install Project Learning Garden at Liberty Elementary School

Taking A Look At The Ravens Running Back Situation

Over the last few years, the Ravens have not been able to develop the running game. In 2018, it's likely that Baltimore will feature a three-headed monster that is Buck Allen, Alex Collins and Kenneth Dixon.

Celebrate the Fourth of July at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Baltimore commemorates Independence Day with big band jazz and a dazzling display of fireworks. Ports America Chesapeake Fourth of July Celebration takes place Wednesday, July 4, 2018 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

Governor Hogan Proclaims 2018 Year of the Bird in Maryland

Governor Larry Hogan has proclaimed 2018 as the Year of the Bird in Maryland. The declaration celebrates native and migratory birds making their way through Maryland, as well as the Free State’s remarkable landscapes and water resources that support them.

Ravens Have Established A Quarterback Incubator For Lamar Jackson

Former Baltimore Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome had a specific idea in mind when he traded back into the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft to select quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Maryland Donors Reminded To Beware Of Charity Scams In Wake Of Ellicott City Floods

For those that do choose to make a donation to support those in the impacted areas, the Secretary of State John C. Wobensmith and Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh advise consumers to be vigilant to donate wisely.