The Baltimore Times and Times Community Services hosted “Access to Capital 2019 Small Business Forum” at The Impact Hub Baltimore on Saturday, June 15, 2019. Pictured are the four winners of the Small Business Micro-grants which were offered to help the entrepreneurs expand their businesses with Joy Bramble, The Baltimore Times publisher.
Latonya Hines with 92Q’s "Chop" at Year Up Baltimore. Hines is the director of Admissions & College Enrollment at Year Up Baltimore. She is responsible for ensuring that the admissions and recruitment team brings in qualified young adults from the underserved community seeking an opportunity to reach their fullpotential.
The opportunity to be on Project Runway came at a point in his life when Bishme Cromartie says he felt at his lowest.
Today, one of the biggest challenges that fathers face is perhaps that the rules for being a dad are completely out the window.
On Tuesday, June 4, 2019, officials and residents of The Baltimore Station, community partners and benefactors gathered to celebrate the opening a community garden in Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood in West Baltimore.
In partnership with the Maryland Center for Veteran’s Education and Training (MCVET), Tyler and the online mattress store, Leesa Sleeps, have donated 125 mattresses and 250 pillows to help homeless veterans have a place to rest comfortably at night. This is the second such partnership involving Tyler.
“Despite the dictionary definitions, there is no term that truly describes people that were taken from Africa and forced into slavery,” Carr said during his commentary on Washington, D.C.’s WUSA.
In its most recent report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that in 2017 there were 1,997 confirmed cases of Lyme disease in Maryland, with an additional 697 probable cases. Left untreated, the disease can cause joint swelling and cardiac or neurologic complications.
After battling and beating thyroid cancer a decade ago, Smith has been diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), and she is in critical need of a blood stem cell donor.
For Dr. Debra L. McCurdy, who began her tenure earlier this month as the 14th president of Baltimore City Community College (BCCC), the task that lies ahead sounds simple enough.