What about our daughters? Baltimore Black mother’s thoughts on Breonna Taylor’s birthday

“They carry on and leave their toys all over the floor but as annoying as it may be for a mother, I’m sure Breonna’s mom would give anything to rewind the hands of time and relive those days.”

More than 96 percent of Maryland Residents have already responded to 2020 Census

Going into the final days of the all- important census count, Maryland has a 96.3 percent response rate, placing the state high up on the list of states that have responded.

Community Action Agency of Anne Arundel County appoints new Youth Development Services Director

The Community Action Agency of Anne Arundel County has appointed Dr. Lenny Howard as the agency’s Director of Youth Development Services.

Generational Political Power

All eyes will be on the Black Community in Baltimore, Maryland as we enter into the final round of the election in November. There is the distinct possibility Baltimore City will elect four Black males from four different generations to ...

University of Maryland, Baltimore opening doors to homeownership

Baltimore— The University of Maryland, Baltimore’s (UMB) Live Near Your Work (LNYW) program is capitalizing on its success by expanding into two neighborhoods with historic significance: Druid Heights and Heritage Crossing.

Vaile Leonard Chosen As 2020 New Thought Walden Awards Honoree

LTC Center Founder Honored for Social and Environmental Activism

Baltimore Times Receives PayPal Grant

The Baltimore Times is among the latest Black-owned businesses to have received a generous $10,000 grant from PayPal.

Postal Workers Know Best

On Friday, August 21, 2020, a racially diverse group of about 30 Baltimore City residents protested outside the United States Postal Service (USPS) office in Govans to air their grievances about the USPS mess.

Governor Hogan urges local boards to contact and train judges for upcoming election

Annapolis— In recent weeks, the Hogan administration’s aggressive recruiting efforts have already helped drive more than 11,000 Marylanders to sign up to be election judges

Renowned educator Dr. Anne O. Emery dies at 93

‘She was a great leader and a soldier on the battlefield’

Local Veteran Shares Story of Kidney Transplant and Importance for Minorities

Statistics have revealed that minorities comprise about 60 percent of those currently on the United States organ transplant list, yet, in 2019, only 32 percent or of donors were from those communities.

Governor Hogan reopens coronavirus special enrollment to uninsured Marylanders as COVID-19 pandemic continues

Governor Larry Hogan joined Insurance Commissioner Kathleen Birrane; insurance companies; and the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange to announce the reopening of the coron- avirus emergency special enrollment period until December 15, 2020.

A’lelia Bundles Offers Praise and Critique of Netflix’ “Self Made” at Virtual Screening of Walker Documentary

WORLD Channel recently hosted a virtual discussion, screening, and Q&A with filmmaker Stanley Nelson and Madame C.J. Walker biographer, A’lelia Bundles.

Wicomico Day School student chosen as winner for Maryland in Doodle for Google Competition

Google invites the public to vote for Doodle for Google national finalists

Booths of Hope Local Couple Helps NW Residents Impacted by Explosion

Baltimore City Public School teacher Ruwaydah Amin heard the news about the gas explosion that happened Monday, August 10, 2020, along Labyrinth Road and Reisterstown Road near Brookhill Road in Northwest Baltimore.