Delegate Adrienne Jones Vying To Become Next House Speaker

“Delegate Jones has been a member of the Maryland General Assembly since 1997, representing the 10th Legislative District of Baltimore County. On January 9, 2019, she was once again unanimously elected by the full House of Delegates to serve as ...

Baltimore City Students Share Views On Violence Through Creativity

Sponsored by The University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center Violence Prevention Program, the event was held April 10, 2019, during National Youth Violence Prevention Week, This year’s Art Against Violence theme was “Honoring Our Past. Creating Hope ...

Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch's Final Thoughts, In His Last Days, In His Own Words

Surrounded by loved ones, the State of Maryland’s longest serving Speaker of the House of Delegates, Michael Erin Busch, passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019, after contracting pneumonia resulting from complications associated with a 2017 liver transplant.

Baltimore Office Of Civil Rights Kicks Off ‘Can We Talk’ Series

“I felt like there was a need to have a one-on-one conversation with the communities across Baltimore,” Wesley said. “The idea was to create a series in which the people who support [Baltimore community] organizations could speak directly to the ...

Baltimore Corps Launches Summer Fellowship In Baltimore City Agencies

This week, Baltimore Corps launched the Baltimore City Mayoral Fellowship, designed to match undergraduate and graduate students interested in public service with projects that focus on public policy issues and challenges that matter most to Baltimore's residents.

Governor Hogan Statement on Passing of House Speaker Michael Busch

Governor Hogan Orders Maryland Flags to Fly At Half-Staff After The Passing of House Speaker Michael Busch

Wax Figure Of Joy Bramble As A Woman In The Media Unveiled

On March 27, 2019, a wax figure of Joy Bramble, publisher of The Baltimore Times was unveiled at the Maryland State House in front of family, friends and supporters

Interview With LaQuida Chancey, Founder Of SmalltimoreHomes.org

LaQuida Chancey started Smalltimore Homes, an affordable housing and sustainable living solution, which focuses on enhancing community living and improving neighborhoods by creating alternative ownership opportunities.

Baltimore Mayor Takes Leave Of Absence While Embroiled In Book Scandal

Democratic Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh will be taking an "indefinite leave of absence," her office announced Monday, citing a battle with pneumonia. The announcement comes at the same time she's facing a scandal over a major purchase of children's books ...

Elijah Cummings Statement On Mayor Pugh's Leave Of Absence

On April 1st, Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (MD-07) issued the following statement in response to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh taking a leave of absence.

Priceless Gown Project Celebrates 15th Anniversary

The Priceless Gown Project Prom Dress Giveaway returns to Baltimore for its 15th year to continue granting prom dreams for area high school junior and senior girls on Sunday, March 31, 2019 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the ...

Manna House Prepares For Renovations And Expansion

The Manna House, a community resource for needy and homeless individuals in Baltimore City, plans to expand its facilities in 2019 in order to provide more services to their clients.

Maryland Fellowship Of Christian Athletes Celebrates Grand Opening Of New Park Heights Saints Community Center And Resiliency Hub

In 2016, Garrick Williams, Sr. dreamed of a place where hundreds of athletes and coaches could gather, delve into the Bible and worship and fellowship together. On March 20, 2019, the dream became a reality as a $250,000 transformation of ...

Celebrate Cherry Blossoms With Sakura Sunday At National Harbor On April 14th

This year, National Harbor is partnering with the Japan-American Society of Washington, D.C. for the annual Sakura Sunday event. This official participating event of the 2019 National Cherry Blossom Festival will occur on Sunday, April 14, 2019, from 11 a.m. ...

Six Ways To Celebrate April In America's Sailing Capital

What’s happening in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County in April 2019? Plenty! Boats are getting back on the water; tour groups are returning to the streets. To make it easier for you to enjoy the sights and sounds of April ...