The nonprofits Maryland CASH (Creating Assets, Savings, and Hope) Campaign, Maryland Council on Economic Education (MCEE) and the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) announced the winners of the fourth annual Financial Education and Capability Awards. The Awards were highlighted ...
Empowering young women & making prom dreams come true
McDaniel College students, Kylah Chadwick and Khadijah Poston, have organized a natural hair curl conference at the school on Sunday, March 26, 2017.
Engaging Youth Entrepreneurs for Change (#EYECON) was created by Natasha Muhammad while she was a student at Morgan State University.
Shamarie James is the executive chef at Roland Park Place, a full-service, continuing care retirement center in Baltimore City. James wants to win the Mason- Dixon Master Chef Tournament.
Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides is proud to showcase a local family and their plan to supply children the sporting equipment they need
The bootcamp is one of several programs sponsored by the company and its partners created to ensure the success of the City’s Port Covington Project.
A new gathering space at 4701 Park Heights Avenue for children waiting at bus stop after school.
The 4th Annual Black History Heroes Awards Honorees. The group was honored on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at Live! Casino & Hotel located at 7002 Arundel Mills Circle in Hanover, MD for their contributions to the community.
The Black Law Students Association at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law has honored McGuireWoods Baltimore partner Ava Lias-Booker as its 2017 “Graduate of the Year,” recognizing her contributions to the Maryland legal community.
Arundel Bay Area Chapter members of Jack & Jill of America partnered with local organizations to install a reading room in the child care center at Sarah’s House
Retirement celebration will be held on Friday, March 3, 2017
Four of Maryland New Direction’s most recent graduates (January 2017) of the Maritime Transportation Distribution and Logistics (MTDL) training program.
Hundreds of Marylanders to attend "Keep the Doors Open"rally to call for increased access to critical behavioral health treatment
The Maryland Behavioral Health Coalition will host more than 500 concerned parents, children, families, veterans and supporters during the Keep the Door Open rally in Annapolis next Thursday at noon on Lawyers Mall.
In the follow-up to the success of the first annual Veterans Hiring Event held last year at Morgan State University, the University's Office of Veterans Engagement and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR) are once again partnering ...