“Mulberry Madness” launched to promote awareness of free for picking fruit in city

Members of the Baltimore Orchard Project will host learning events, as well as donate locally grown mulberries to participating Hampden venues.

Navy Petty Officer Edgar Ruffin of Baltimore serves with Blue Angels

Petty Officer 2nd Class Edgar Ruffin, from Baltimore, is a 2006 graduate of Edmondson Westside High School and has been a yeoman in the Navy for seven years. Ruffin currently serves with the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue ...

Mosaic unveiled at New Song Academy in Sandtown Community

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings and representatives from GBC LEADERship, Art with a Heart and the local community participated in the unveiling of a new mosaic at the New Song Academy located at 1530 Presstman Road in ...

Geetha Jayaram honored with Rotary Foundation Global Alumni Service to Humanity Award

Geetha Jayaram, M.D., an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality, is the 2014–15 recipient of the Rotary Foundation Global Alumni Service to Humanity ...

Unified Voices of Johns Hopkins presents 'The Maestro & The Voice'

Unified Voices (UV) of Johns Hopkins presents their 21st Anniversary Concert on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 5 p.m. in Johns Hopkins’ Turner Auditorium located at 720 Rutland Avenue in Baltimore.

What to do when you’re thinking about buying a house

Buying a home for the first time is never easy. It’s one of the biggest purchases you will make in your life.

The Baltimore Allstarz uplift Baltimore through song

June is Black Music Month and a prime opportunity to recognize local talent like The Baltimore Allstarz.

Meet Lenora Barbour: Baltimore entrepreneur 'Nails’ colorful business

Baltimore entrepreneur Lenora Barbour always loved working with colors. She also enjoyed making jewelry and creating various forms of artwork.

Children should never be left in alone in vehicles

Last year, 30 children lost their lives, including three children in Maryland and one in Virginia, as a result of heatstroke due to being left alone in a vehicle, according to research by San Jose State University’s Department of Meteorology ...

The Frozen Farmer to Bring Field Fresh Cold Treats to Bridgeville

Third generation family farm announces new business to offer a full line of cold and frozen treats using their farm fresh ingredients

Farmers markets near you, a USDA tool

If you're craving fresh-baked bread, sweet strawberry jam, or the scent of seasonal flowers, you're in luck. It's now easier than ever to find your local farmers market, thanks to an online search tool from the USDA.

MTA Light Rail fare compliance checks

MTA Fare Inspectors Out in Force to Educate Riders and Stop Fare Evasion

VIDEO: Baltimore officers break silence on riots, murder spike and Freddie Gray

Forty-two people were killed in Baltimore in May, making it the deadliest month there since 1972.

Governor Hogan rolls back tolls statewide

Governor Larry Hogan recently delivered on his promise to roll back Maryland’s high toll rates and put money back in the pockets of hard-working Maryland families and businesses.

Life In Baltimore: Baltimore native prepares for triathlon in France

Baltimore native Gyl Johnson is the course director of The Language House, Inc., a TEFL teacher training organization that provides training to become an English teacher abroad.