Baltimore's "Heartless Records" CEO Suffers From Pneumonia + Updates On The Label

On April 9, 2015, Lipscomb, started suffering from pneumonia. No details were given as to cause or what triggered it.

Prince mixes politics and pop hits at Baltimore concert for Freddie Gray

Pop star Prince made room for another color next to his signature purple in his Baltimore "Rally4Peace" concert Sunday -- and next to his music for dash of political gestures.

Library of Congress, Mid-Atlantic Public Libraries kick off summer essay contest

The Library of Congress has launched its annual summer essay contest, in conjunction with public libraries in the Mid-Atlantic region, to encourage rising fifth and sixth grade students to reflect on books that have made a personal impact on their ...

Local psychiatrist offers tips for managing stress

As Baltimoreans and Marylanders settle back into their regular routines there are still unsettling reminders of the violence of Freddie Gray’s death and related events that are difficult to process.

Annapolis organization pitches in with others to help Baltimore

Octavia Brown was at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) wrapping up her final week of school in preparation for graduating with a Master’s in Social Work, when chaos erupted in the city on April 27, 2015.

'Black Words Matter' write-in gives Baltimore students needed forum

After five days, Sunday, May 3, 2015 marked the day that Baltimore’s curfew was lifted and the National Guard began to leave the city.

UMBC president relates civil rights experiences in new book

Dr. Freeman Hrabowski has been working with inner-city youth in a variety of programs for a number of years and has rarely fallen short in his goal of reaching impressionable young individuals.

Renewed hope for Baltimore Korean family after store is destroyed

The day after rioting rocked parts of Baltimore, Matthew Chung stared in disbelief at a video clip circulating online, showing an older Korean woman sobbing as a man props her up to keep from collapsing.

Prince announces Rally 4 Peace concert in Baltimore

First there was the song, then the concert.

Loretta Lynch, Justice Department officials go to Baltimore

Attorney General Loretta Lynch will travel to Baltimore, Maryland on Tuesday for meetings with city officials.

After charges filed and curfew lifted, Baltimore regroups

Friday afternoon was clear and cool enough for a light jacket, although most people wore T-shirts and shorts in Baltimore, Md.

Baltimore public defender speaks out

Baltimore public defender speaks out

Indie Soul Spotlight: Poet Deep

Whoever said that once you make mistakes in your life that you can’t be a role model, must not have read that God forgives and has not met Poet Deep.

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Ben Carson mother's health delays campaign events

Retired physician Ben Carson told Sinclair Broadcasting on Sunday night that he plans to announce his candidacy for president of the United States, but his campaign said Monday he'll reschedule a planned trip to Iowa to say goodbye to his ...