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Brandon Scott Wins Democratic Mayoral Primary

As he ran for the mayor’s office, City Council President Brandon Scott often declared that, “We can make Baltimore better.”

Shelonda Stokes named president of Downtown Partnership of Baltimore

Baltimore— After a comprehensive international search, the Downtown Partnership Board of Directors named Shelonda Stokes as its fourth President and Executive of the Downtown Management Authority (DMA). She replaces Kirby Fowler who left to become President and CEO of the ...

Mental Health Break: What adjustments do you need to make?

The pandemic has completely modified our day-to-day lives like we never could have imagined. With well over two months since the virus first impacted the United States, it’s no surprise that the pandemic has completely reshaped modern life as we ...

West Baltimore native earns valedictorian at Spelman College

Through hard work, determination and balance, Kendra Grissom has excelled and achieved high honors during her academic career. Now, Grissom, a native of Baltimore, can add Spelman College valedictorian to her long list of academic achievements.

Baltimore-based community land trust among leaders in affordable housing movement

Long-standing housing discrimination and inequalities have put countless Baltimore City residents at major disadvantages. Hence, the need for the North East Housing Initiative (NEHI), an organization that advocates for the rights of homeowners while ensuring that permanent affordable housing is ...

The Baltimore County Farmers Market Opens Wednesday, June 3

Baltimore County, Md.— Farmers Markets— considered an essential business and an important food source during the current state of emergency— have been requested to remain open by the Maryland Department of Agriculture.

William Paca Garden Plant Sale : Everything You Need for Your COVID-19 Victory Garden

Annapolis— The William Paca Garden Plant Sale has been an Annapolis tradition for more than 40 years. This year, due to the fight against COVID-19 Historic Annapolis has moved the sale to the first week in June and change to ...

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young Announces Modifications to City’s Stay at Home Order

City to create temporary pick up & drop off zones to allow customers to shop at retail stores

The fight for the 2020 vote and the march to the ballot box

“On Monday, May 4, The Transformative Justice Coalition (TJC) and the Voting Rights Alliance held a tele-townhall titled, ‘The Fight for the Vote 2020: Our March to the Ballot Box.’ Broadcast over Facebook Live, the presentation featured panelists who agreed ...

Covid-19 has Ayesha Gallion dreaming of hiking, picking fruit on farms, visiting museums

While the novel coronavirus pandemic has been a nightmare for just about everyone, it hasn't yet spoiled the summer dreams of Morgan State University alum, Ayesha Gallion.

Virtual Mini May Concert Series May 23 & May 30

The Pennsylvania Avenue Black Arts and Entertainment District will be host a free virtual concert series, via Instagram Live @officialblackartsdistrict. Headliners include Tate Kobang; Deetranada; Davon Fleming; and George Lovett.

Maryland native Ricki Fairley: Triple Negative Breast Cancer Survivor, TRODELVY Advocate

Ricki Farley had a thriving marketing agency in Atlanta, GA. The services of the successful Dartmouth College graduate were highly sought after by clients who included the likes of former U.S. President Barack Obama.

Y-LIT Helping to Brighten the Day Amidst COVID-19

Y-LIT Helping to Brighten the Day Amidst COVID-19

Entrepreneurial flexibility keeps business afloat during pandemic

Purchasing a facemask is a new experience for many overwhelmed online shoppers, many of whom want to support brands made in the U.S.A. Buying from small businesses like Soluade Couture LLC (Soluade Couture) sends a message that buyers are actively ...

How to take fear out of the workplace

News & Experts— Fear. Uncertainty. A growing sense of panic every time the president delivers a national address about the far-reaching effects of the coronavirus. Chatter around the workplace these days is filled with questions like: Will I get sick? ...