SheROCKS, The Ultimate Celebration Of Women In Arts and Business, Expands Nationally!

SheROCKS Returns to D.C. and Adds New York and Los Angeles Stops.

BGE Crews Restore Power to More Than 395,000 Customers Affected by Powerful Nor’easter

BGE is continuing to restore electric service to customers affected by a powerful nor’easter that began moving through central Maryland on Friday and continued to cause damage to trees and power equipment through Saturday. More than 435,000 outages occurred due ...

Save Our Village Feeds Baltimore's Homeless and Underserved

“Save Our Village Baltimore knows that our efforts will never be a solution to the problem of homelessness, but I hope we can limit the amount of distress and desperation that plagues the poor and hungry in our communities, while ...

Dr. Leana Wen Leads Baltimore’s Health Department

Under the direction of Dr. Leana Wen, the Baltimore City Health Department is leading the country in health innovations, including “B’More for Healthy Babies,” a collective impact strategy resulting in a 38 percent reduction of infant mortality in just seven ...

Family and Community Pay Tribute to Willia Bland

Willa Bland, 1925 — 2018

Time2Grind Boxers Win Silver Gloves Titles

The Time2Grind Boxing Club of Baltimore is at it again. This time the boxing club is sporting the talents of a grade school age boy and a middle school aged girl.

Novel Explores Misconduct in Brooklyn’s Legal System

“With ‘Race to Judgment,’ Frederic Block has not only created an exciting novel but he also provides an insider’s look at the New York criminal justice system— from the deplorable conditions at the Riker’s Island prison, to the mistreatment of ...

Women Elevating Women Hosting Multicultural Women’s Symposium

Professional forums that cater to the multicultural, businesswoman are largely absent, according to Betty J. Hines, a strategic business consultant who works with CEOs and their executive management teams.

Deliah Lawrence Among Authors on “Women Writers Who Rock” Panel

Baltimore-area attorney Deliah Lawrence, author of the romantic suspense novel “Gotta Let It Go,” is one of four women authors featured at the Black Writers’ Guild of MD (BWG) "Women Writers Rock" panel discussion on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at ...

BGE Engineer Named Black Engineer of the Year

Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) engineer Taiwo Alo was named the Errol B. Davis Legacy Award winner at the 2018 Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) conference held earlier this month in Washington, D.C.

Busy Baltimore Actor Continues to ‘Push the Envelope’

Brown Girl Magazine, whose focus is to empower and uplift women, recently highlighted 11 reasons the magazine loves Baltimore actor Utkarsh Ambudkar, a man. Among them: He can sing. Rap. And act. All at the same time, the magazine’s editors ...

Rambling Rose: 30 Years with The Baltimore Times

Events during last week of Black History Month in 2018

A Chat with Mr. Muldrow: Black History and Black Advancement in Baltimore

Mr. Muldrow is a retired business executive, community activist, and local historian.

Susie's Cause Health Festival at Mondawmin Mall: Saturday, March 10

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and for the fifth year in a row, the Susan Cohan Colon Cancer Foundation (“Susie’s Cause”) and Bon Secours Baltimore Health System will mark the occasion with with a free outreach health festival ...

MDDC: Record-Breaking Crowd Calls for Increase in Provider Rates/Direct Support Professional Wages

Maryland Development Disabilities Council Gather 800 Advocates to Learn About Priority Legislation & Meet with Elected Officials.