Seasoned community schools and education leader becomes director of Elev8 Baltimore

Alexandria Warrick Adams, a proven leader in the education and youth development fields, has taken on the top position at Elev8 Baltimore, an award-winning community schools initiative working in four schools in the city.

BSU receives nearly $1.2 million for cybersecurity education

Bowie State University (BSU) will receive nearly $1.2 million in federal funding over the next five years to support cybersecurity education.

Baltimore native goes from extra to successful actor

Growing up in West Baltimore, Jerome Ro Brooks always dreamed of seeing his name in bright lights, however, it wasn't until leaving his hometown that the trajectory of his career changed.

Library of Congress: Main reading room open house on Presidents Day

Twice each year, the Library of Congress opens its magnificent Main Reading Room for a special open house to share information about how the public can access the Library’s resources year-round.

Project SERVE helps with critical restoration efforts of Navy’s ship

Currently the Coast Guard Yard, the U.S. Coast Guard’s 115-year old shipyard, is a scene of living history as the USS Constellation is undergoing a critical four-month repair.

Angela Brown redefines opera

Soprano Angela M. Brown who has graced prestigious opera and symphonic stages around the world, performed before approximately 300 supporters of the arts at the Bowie Center for Performing Arts in Maryland on Sunday, January 25, 2015.

Heart attack survivor spreads important message

A website saved her life. Julia Allen, the national spokesperson for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women’s campaign, says www.goredforwomen.org can save many more lives if everyone becomes aware of and makes good use of the website.

City College raising funds for library

For one-time Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke, the facts are quite simple.

Ten local civil rights, diversity activists honored at MLK Awards Dinner

The 27th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Awards Dinner was held Friday, January 16, 2015 in Glen Burnie. Vice Admiral Walter Carter, Jr., superintendent of the United States Naval Academy, was the keynote speaker.

MLK celebration at the Walter’s Art Museum

On Saturday, January 17, 2015 the Walters Art Museum celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a family festival.

Changes in your life may mean changes in your insurance needs

Major purchases and lifestyle changes, such as marriage, divorce or retirement, can have a profound effect on your insurance needs, so reviewing your coverage annually is always a good idea, according to Patrick Bain, president of Long & Foster Insurance.

Baltimore security officers pray for chance to achieve MLK’s dream

At a candlelight vigil on Friday, January 16, 2015, Baltimore security officers, local clergy and elected officials called on city security contractors to provide officers the opportunity to achieve Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream.

Baltimore actress appears in ‘Whitney’ biopic

Noree Victoria grew up on the hardscrabble streets of Baltimore, but to say she has never looked back is completely wrong.

Award-winning Annapolis native releases musical masterpiece

Delray Richardson released his fifth album “Mahogany Masterpiece: The Return of Hip Hop” under his own label, Del-Funk-Boy Music Publishing on January 9, 2015.

BGE employees participate in MLK Day of Service

In celebration, recognition and honor of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) employees teamed up for a day of service with three community service organizations across Baltimore.