Baltimore's Serrita Shaw hits the runway in grand style

Baltimore native Serrita Shaw is looking to join the ranks of Bill Blass, Versace, Gucci, Bob Mackie, and other high fashion designers. Shaw, who was a fashion design student at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), was selected to ...

TU President honored by Associated Black Charities for leadership in diversity and inclusion

Recognizing her strong national leadership in the areas of diversity and inclusion, Towson University (TU) President Kim Schatzel was honored on June 10, 2017 by Associated Black Charities (ABC) with the 2017 “Champion for More in the Middle” award.

Reginald Lewis Museum brings Jacob Lawrence to Baltimore

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is excited to announce its fall 2017 exhibition Maryland Collects: Jacob Lawrence, on view from September 9, 2017 to January 9, 2018.

Baltimore Residents Can Recycle Car Seats at Target

Between September 10 and 23, 2017, Baltimore area residents can recycle used car seats!

MD residents encouraged to create storm preparation kits

AdvantaClean, the nation’s leader in storm preparation and emergency storm response along with local experts in the area have put together tips on building a Hurricane Emergency Kit. Hurricane Irma’s path is unpredictable, so it’s imperative that local families get ...

St. Anne’s celebrates 325th Anniversary with special eucharist

The celebration on Sunday, September 10, 2017 culminates a year-long commemoration at St. Anne's of Annapolis

The Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar Hosts “Back-to-School Brown Bag” Event with Specials, Giveaways on September 3

Celebrate the unofficial “last weekend of summer” with the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar’s “Back-to-School Brown Bag” event Sunday, September 3, 2017.

Catholic Charities Graduates Seven From Workforce Progam

Catholic Charities of Baltimore and its St. Edward’s Workforce Development Center (SEWDC) automotive training program graduated seven participants from a 12-week program this month, helping to secure a future for those who may have doubted they had a chance.

Baltimore resident won’t let cancer change her life

Cancer has had a huge effect on the life of Brina Furman.

Wells Fargo has a new region leader

Wells Fargo has a new area leader for the Maryland and D.C. area who has vowed to make building a team in the Greater Baltimore area a top priority.

Nominations for inaugural Maryland Black Business Awards underway

According to a U.S. Census Bureau's Survey of Business Owners, from 2002 to 2007, the number of black-owned businesses increased by 60.5 percent to 1.9 million, more than triple the national rate of 18.0 percent.

Maryland Schools Ready to Open for 2017/18 Academic Year

Maryland public school systems began re-opening on Monday, August 28, 2017. However, most Maryland schools are opening after Labor Day for the first time in more than two decades, following Governor Larry Hogan’s executive order requiring a post-Labor Day start ...

Baltimore native conducts Information Warfare for U.S. Navy

A 2009 Loch Raven High School graduate helps protect America by delivering information warfare capabilities to the U.S. Navy as a member of Cryptologic Warfare Group Six. U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Darryl Marshall is a cryptologic technician collection.

Baltimore music maker inspired by his father and grandfather

While in his mother’s womb, Imani Wj Wright got a jump-start on life and a fledgling music career.

Maryland taxpayers advised to beware of new phishing scheme that impersonates IRS and FBI

Don’t download links to fake FBI questionnaire!