Young woman inspired to study law to effect change

It was the one college course, “Criminal Law: Theory and Practice,” which most sparked the interest of 23-year old Ashley N. Richardson, but the National Diversity Pre-Law Conference and Law Fair fueled her aspirations even more.

Edwin T. Johnson appointed to Maryland Commission on African American History

Governor Larry Hogan has appointed Edwin T. Johnson, Ph.D., to the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture.

Baltimore Farmers' Market returns for 39th season

The Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar reopens for its 39th season Sunday, April 17, 2016 from 7 a.m. to noon.

Globe Poster Remix Class pays tribute to Dolphin Building through printmaking

Students from the Maryland Institute College of Art’s (MICA) Globe Poster Remix course collaborated with acclaimed street artist POSE to create an outdoor mural on the college’s notable Dolphin Building located at 100 Dolphin Street in Baltimore

Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab population shows improvement

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources released the results of the 2016 Blue Crab Winter Dredge Survey, which show another year of growth in the stock of the Chesapeake Bay crab population and bodes well for a better harvest this ...

Urban teachers discuss anniversary of Baltimore unrest

One year ago, when Freddie Gray was laid to rest, the city of Baltimore erupted in riots. Protests gripped the city as stores burned, cars were set afire, a Baltimore Orioles game was closed to fans and anger stirred.

Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome under pressure to deliver successful 2016 NFL Draft

The 2016 NFL Draft will be an integral part of the Baltimore Ravens future. The team holds the No.6 overall pick and is slated to pick high in each of the seven rounds.

Over 100 Maryland high school seniors receive scholarships from Comcast

High school graduation is right around the corner for students in Maryland. Over a hundred high school seniors who are preparing to attend accredited colleges received a helping hand from Comcast through their annual Leaders and Achievers® Scholarship Program.

Tips to efficiently prepare and file taxes

Tax season can be one of the most, well, taxing times of year, especially for chronic procrastinators who make up about 20 percent of the American public, according to research conducted at DePaul University.

Governor Hogan invites chefs to submit recipes for “Buy Local” cookout

Governor Larry Hogan invites chefs using local Maryland ingredients to submit original recipes for the Governor’s Buy Local Cookout, which will be held at Government House in Annapolis on July 21.

Maryland poll: Clinton, Trump lead

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump hold commanding leads in Maryland, a new poll shows with two weeks to go before the state's presidential primary.

Burglar takes burgers, not money

The nation's capital has its very own Hamburglar.

Red Cross seeks volunteer transportation specialists to deliver lifesaving blood products

Every two seconds a patient in the United States needs a blood transfusion. As the single largest supplier of blood products to hospitals in the U.S., the American Red Cross is seeking volunteer transportation specialists to help deliver lifesaving blood ...

Rep. Elijah Cummings endorses Hillary Clinton for president

After Hillary Clinton testified before the House Select Committee on Benghazi in October, aides said she was personally gratefully for Rep. Elijah Cummings' work as the panel's top Democrat.

MTA to partially shut down metro subway service this summer

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) will shut down Baltimore Metro Subway service from the Milford Mill to Mondawmin stations for 21 days – July 23 to August 12 – for replacement of major components of Metro ...