Pugh, Van Hollen prevail in key local races

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump dominated their parties Maryland primaries this week and continue on a collision course for a fall showdown for the top office in the land.

New college grad thriving in Baltimore art business

For Alexander Curtis, his foray into the business world was a little bit more than having just a dollar and a dream. It was a mission.

Maryland Film Festival features foreign and local movies

Khoomei or Tuvan throat singing counts as an ancient vocal tradition originating in the remote Republic of Tuva, located in the center of Asia in Siberia and now part of the Russian Federation.

Maryland Faith Community Health Network aims to keep congregants healthy

The Maryland Faith Community Health Network, a new, free pilot program at LifeBridge Health, is seeking to change this all too common scenario, by helping faith leaders to deploy their ministry resources. The goal is to provide timely, appropriate support ...

Delegate Adrienne A. Jones among women leaders honored by Girl Scouts of Central Maryland

The 36th annual Girl Scouts of Central Maryland Distinguished Women’s Award Celebration was held on April 21, 2016 at the Baltimore Country Club located in Roland Park.

Catherine Pugh wins Baltimore mayoral democratic primary

State Senator Catherine Pugh defeated former mayor Sheila Dixon in Baltimore's democratic primary for mayor.

Protec local waterways by following lawn fertilizer law

Now that spring is here, the Maryland Department of Agriculture reminds homeowners that they can get their lawns and the Chesapeake Bay off to a healthy start by following Maryland’s Lawn Fertilizer Law and these best management practices:

What to watch on Super Tuesday

Donald Trump can't lock up the Republican nomination Tuesday -- but he can counter his two opponents' divide-and-conquer strategy and reassert his dominance in the race by running the table in five states.

Baltimore City Clean Guide debuts at the Mayor’s Annual Spring Cleanup

The Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) recenltly announced the availability of a new simple-to-use guide that will make it easier for everyone to keep Baltimore’s neighborhoods clean.

'Flip Your Fridge' this spring for a $50 recycling reward

BGE is partnering with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the “Flip Your Fridge” campaign to encourage residential electric customers to recycle their old, working refrigerators and freezers.

Baltimore native serving aboard nuclear-powered submarine

A 2014 Friendship Academy of Science and Technology graduate and Baltimore native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered fast attack submarines, USS Santa Fe.

Baltimore Teacher Network hosts forum on violence in public schools

The Baltimore Teacher Network (BTN) a Baltimore City nonprofit charter school organization will host an open teacher forum on the increase of violence in city schools on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, exactly one year after the civil uprising in West ...

New tool available to determine if patient may have problem with alcohol or drugs

Consumers and healthcare providers have a new online resource with a rich array of information about an alcohol and drug use screening and intervention service being implemented at primary care centers in Maryland.

Ebenezer A.M.E. celebrates 180th anniversary

In 1836, a group of worshipers met in a small paint shop in South Baltimore for the purpose of singing and praying. The group was the first membership of what is now known as Ebenezer African American Methodist (A.M.E.) Church..

Women’s Exchange 'Made in Maryland' shop returns

The Women’s Exchange “Made in Maryland” spring shop is back.