Al Sharpton to Baltimore to organize march to Washington, D.C.

Rev. Al Sharpton is headed to Baltimore this week to meet with community leaders and plan a march from that city to Washington, D.C. to ramp up pressure on federal officials to take action on racial bias in policing.

Freddie Gray funeral draws White House officials, Eric Garner's family

Freddie Gray will be laid to rest Monday before the country even knows what really happened to him.

Council President Young issues personal appeal for peace in honor of Freddie Gray

A plea for peace in Baltimore City.

What happened to Freddie Gray?

In this timeline, CNN's Nick Valencia breaks down what happened to Freddie Gray based on the information that has been released so far.

Baltimore protesters damage cars; 12 arrested

Video shows demonstrators upset with the Baltimore police's handling of the arrest of Freddie Gray damage a number of police vehicles

Baltimore’s Farmers’ Market & Bazaar open

The 38th season of the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar in now open on Sundays from 7 a.m. to sell out— approximately noon.

Drycleaners keep 35 million hangers out of landfills in time for Earth Day 2015

Many people have a pile of steel hangers in their homes from their drycleaners and all too often, these hangers end up in the trash.

Baltimore City College students win national debate title

Baltimore City College Principal Cindy Harcum says she is proud of all of the students at Baltimore City College and Nick Imparato and Jonas De La Huerta are certainly no exception. The two have won the Urban Debate National Championship.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree comes to Southern Maryland CSM

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) and the University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) signed an agreement of dual admission April 8 to bring a seamless transition from the Associate of Science in Nursing to the Bachelor of Science ...

Odenton nonprofit provides free grooming services to Annapolis students

When money is extremely tight for families, haircuts and hairstyling are often not top priorities. Nevertheless, having a well-groomed appearance can be an important part of self-esteem. Robert W. Cradle, founder of the Odenton-based nonprofit called Rob’s Barbershop Community Foundation ...

No easy solution to eliminate health care disparities

There are no easy answers for finding out the key to eliminating health disparities and several factors might help lead to the reason why such inequities exist.

Deadline to File Homestead Tax Credit application approaching

If you own a home in Maryland, you may already know that the property value where your home is located is reassessed once every three years.

Gospel singer Naomi B Speaks to the power of faith with inspiring single

Growing up on Baltimore’s rough east side, singer Naomi B and her friends used to knock on every door in their neighborhood to sing to anyone who would listen.

30th Fallen Heroes Day honors police, firefighters killed in line of duty

On Friday, May 1, 2015, hundreds of law enforcement officers and firefighters, dignitaries and members of the community, family and friends will gather at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens for the 30th Annual Fallen Heroes Day, a day set-aside to honor ...

Colgate Bus to provide free dental services to Baltimore children

The number one chronic childhood illness in Baltimore City is tooth decay, which mainly affects minority and poor children.