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AKA's kick off 2014-2018 community service programs

Baltimore Metropolitan area Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (AKA), Incorporated members, including Epsilon Omega President E. Francine Stokes-McElven, the 27th North Atlantic Regional Director Erma W. Barron, and the 18th International President Mattelia Grays took part in a tribute to the ...

Civic Works’ Real Food Farm helping to “grow” Baltimore

An innovative urban agricultural program is helping to “grow” Baltimore. Real Food Farm is improving neighborhood access to healthy food, developing Baltimore’s agriculture sector, providing hands-on education to city students, and protecting the environment.

Rev. Milton E. Williams: Helping drug addicts in East Baltimore

In the Old Testament, Moses was chosen by God to lead the Israelites out of the bondage inflicted upon them by Pharaoh.

Speak to My Heart Ministries to hold community outreach and health fair

Galatians 6:9 says, "Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." This scripture speaks to the work of Bishop Duane Johnson, pastor of Speak ...

Vegan SoulFest 2014

On October 25, 2014 at the Downtown Cultural Art Center located at 401 N. Howard Street in Baltimore will have an opportunity to learn more about vegan life style.

Md. State Superintendent to join Financial Literacy Council

President Barack Obama has announced his intent to nominate Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Lillian M. Lowery to serve on the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans.

AACC faculty member one of 4,000 in world to earn cyber security certification

Marcelle Y. Lee, an instructional specialist in Anne Arundel Community College’s CyberCenter, became one of only 4,000 people in the world to earn a Global Information Assurance Certification (GCIA) as a Certified Intrusion Analyst.

Anne Arundel provides free vaccines for 7th grade students

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health will provide vaccination clinics around the County to help all students entering the seventh grade meet the new Maryland State requirements for the 2014-2015 school year.

Fab@TheHarbor showcases local designers

Every once in awhile Indie Soul will get an email asking when we’re going to show some love to fashion designers and models. Well you asked, and now here it is.

Marathon running doctor delights in caring for others

Dr. Rodney Taylor starts each day seeking peace of mind.

Powerhouse Program lifts students in East Baltimore

It’s been less than a year since the Charm City-based Living Classrooms Foundation launched its POWER House Teen program, which provides academic support, mentoring and college preparation activities for underserved high school students who live in the Perkins Homes development ...

Baltimore’s Apollo Morse serves aboard USS Somerset

Petty Officer 1st Class Apollo Morse, an aviation boatswain's mate from Baltimore and 1997 graduate of Mergenthaler High School, is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard USS Somerset (LPD 25), one of the world's most modern, networked, survivable, and transformational ...

State partners with local providers, school systems to expand high-quality pre-K

Maryland came one step closer to providing universal access to pre-kindergarten with the announcement of a $4.3 million grant to childcare providers across the state.

Ball Up Streetball gives local basketball players opportunity to go pro

Ball Up is giving local basketball players throughout the Baltimore area the chance to go pro during the 2014 Ball Up Summer Tour.

Funeral services announced for Arnold Jolivet

Arnold M. Jolivet, who worked tirelessly as a champion and crusader for minority-owned businesses, died Sunday at Sinai Hospital.