Ben Carson: The U.S. is like 'Nazi Germany'

Ben Carson, a renowned neurosurgeon and a popular figure among conservatives, compared the United States to the Third Reich in an interview.

Faye Fields continues to blaze trail for women, blacks

Faye Ford Fields is the very definition of a mogul. She is president and CEO of Integrated Resource Technologies, Inc. (IRT), a Virginia-based company that provides intelligence support solutions, security services operational support to the Department of Defense and intelligence ...

African Americans at greater risk for chronic wounds

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), African Americans are more than twice as likely to have a foot or leg amputated due to diabetes than non-Hispanic whites.

Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the Week: Diedre Gambrill Webb

Ever since Diedre was young, people have complimented her on her voice. For many years she had dreams of turning that voice into a business.

Boys & Girls Club of Annapolis seeks volunteers

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (BGCAA) is a nonprofit, which reaches more than 2,800 youth every year from the ages of 5 to 18.

Learn to draw at School 33 Art Center

Want to draw, but not sure where to start? School 33 Art Center offers Drawing for Beginners.

Senior housing seeks volunteer computer instructor

The Bates Senior Residence is operated in Annapolis by Community Preservation & Development Corporation (CPDC), a nonprofit organization that creates and preserves financially sound, socially responsible affordable housing for low and moderate-income individuals and families.

Code Blue Alert issued through Wednesday

With predicted wind chills in the teens and single digits between tonight and Wednesday morning, Baltimore City Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot, M.D. has declared a Code Blue in Baltimore for Sunday evening March 2 through Wednesday, March 5.

Elementary students invited to create new BGE natural gas safety hero

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) announces the launch of the “Who is Captain Mercaptan?” BGE Natural Gas Safety Hero Challenge to help create awareness of natural gas safety.

The Baltimore Times presents: The Eighth Annual Women’s History Month Literary Festival

In The Sleeping Dictionary award-winning author Sujata Massey paints a stunning portrait of late Raj India. Set against a background of huge political and cultural upheaval, the book is both a sweeping epic and a passionate love story.

Baltimore entrepreneur a real history maker

Jayfus Doswell is a history maker. In 2013, the Baltimore-born entrepreneur was featured on the HistoryMakers, the nation’s largest African American video oral history collection that has preserved the life stories of thousands of historic black figures, including President Barack ...

Baltimore educator is living history

Ruth Pratt will often hop into her old Cadillac, take a drive around town and meditate on the many historic moments she has either taken part in or witnessed. Even at the tender age of 92, Pratt is still looking ...

Winter Gala supports Refugee Youth Project

The Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project (RYP) sponsored a night of international cuisine, live performances and commemoration of the rich life and culture of Baltimore's refugee community, Friday, February 21, 2014 at Pennsylvania Avenue AME Zion Church in ...

Baltimore County students win Maryland Masters Awards

Comptroller Peter Franchot presented his Maryland Masters Awards Monday, February 24, 2014 to three Baltimore County students.

Maryland Mortgage Program sets new goals, unveils new look, slogan and website

Secretary Raymond Skinner unveiled a new look, a redesigned website and even a new way of talking about the state's flagship homeownership program during DHCD's annual Maryland Mortgage Program Top Lenders Award breakfast on Tuesday, February 18, 2014.