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“Women of Passion, Women of Purpose”
The Baltimore Times held its 2016 Positive People Awards reception at the Grand on Thursday, September 22, 2016. The theme for this year was “Women of Passion, Women of Purspose.” Women from various walks of life were recognized for their boldness and passion in living their dreams and serving others.
Automotive technicians are among the positions to be filled at the MTA
Top seeds Alabama State and Jackson State prevailed in Saturday’s semifinals on day two of the 2017 SWAC Women’s Tennis Tournament played at the Pepsi Tennis Center
Many job seekers may re-evaluate their employment goals and question effective strategies to find a new position, as the end of 2015 draws near.
Tavon Mason hangs up cleats, starts foundation
Tavon Mason, a former National Football League wide receiver for the New York Jets hung up his cleats and embraced a new position. In stark contrast to his former position on the field, Mason is now the author of a children’s book.
The NFL Draft is tonight. Who will the Baltimore Ravens choose?
The tight end position will take on a key role for the Baltimore Ravens in Marc Trestman’s offensive scheme.
Morgan State junior Jeremy Field and Bethune-Cookman senior Alvaro Barrera were named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men’s Tennis Co-Players of the Week
New law lowers hiring age of casino workers to to 18
Maryland Live! Casino, an affiliate of The Cordish Companies, has launched a new hiring initiative aimed at recruiting young adults aged 18 and up for all available positions at the Hanover, Maryland, casino.
Positive stories get the most shares
This isn't just speculation, it's a fact: What the majority of us read, share and discuss is not "hard news"-oriented at all.
The uncertainty at the position leads many to believe that the Ravens will address the cornerback position with their first selection in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Maintaining strong grades in every subject can be tough on even the brightest of the bunch.
Frederick Howard is among the longtime employees of the Baltimore Times Newspaper Group.
If we don't show and share positive stories about black fathers, then ugly stereotypes will prevail
In America, the perception is that the black father doesn't exist. Negative stereotypes of black men persist, and people on the right blame the victim in cases like those of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
MEAC Announces Weekly Tennis Honors
Five finalists will be honored for their positive impact during the Ravens Draft Party at M&T Bank Stadium
The Kansas City Chiefs will come to M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday sporting a seven game winning streak.
On Thursday, April 3, 2014, the United Baptist Missionary Convention (UBMC) and Auxiliaries of Maryland, Inc. will sponsor a candidate’s forum for member pastors seeking leadership positions in the faith group.
Hampton junior Fedor Shirin was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men’s Tennis Player of the Week today, with North Carolina Central’s Theofanis Kontoloupos earning Rookie of the Week honors. On the women’s side, Bethune-Cookman junior Debora Echeverria was named Player of the Week, while Norfolk State’s Paula Fortuno earned Rookie of the Week honors
Jocelyn “Joy” Bramble laid out a vision for her life's work on the kitchen table of her West Baltimore home at 1800 Madison Avenue.