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Ringing in the New Year With a New Home | Habitat for Humanity Makes Ownership a Reality for First Time Buyer

The New Year ‘built up’ to be an exciting start for Whitney. The single mother of three daughters now owns her very own home...

Youth Learn Chess, The Game of Life

Curtis D. Jones has served as the post commander of The American Legion Cook-Pinkney Post 141 in Annapolis, Maryland for the last four years....

Living a Fulfilling LifeA Testament of the Power of Faith, Hope and Courage

Beginning a new year is a prime time to revisit stories that display extreme resilience. Maintaining a positive attitude when life throws a curveball...

Business Owner and Partner Spread Cheer to Youth in Annapolis During Christmastime

When Terressa Brown was growing up in Annapolis, Maryland, she loved children. Brown took care of her two little sisters. By the time she...

Chase Opens Innovative Branch in West Baltimore and Makes $600,000 Commitment to Help Grow and Scale Local Small Businesses

New Mondawmin location features a community-inspired model with plans to help more minority, women and veteran consumers start and grow businesses December 7, 2022 (Baltimore,...

Baltimore Nonprofit Helps Families, Community Children in Need

Anyone can need a hand and find themselves in need of help if it takes an unexpected turn. Dominique Ruffin knows how valuable receiving...

PIVOT Gives Incarcerated Women Better Footing Upon Release Receives $900,000 in Funding from Democratic Lawmakers

A workforce reentry and development program that focuses specifically on the reentry and employment needs of Black women is getting a major financial boost....

The UofM School of Pharmacy and Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church COMMITed To Helping The Community

This is Part 1 of a 2-Part Series highlighting the partnership between Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church where the Rev. Franklin Lance is Senior Pastor...

Rent-Free Office Space Helps Business Owners in Baltimore

When entrepreneurs roll out a startup venture, renting office space on a shoestring budget, being aware of options to access legal counsel, and even...

Part Two of a Two-Part Q&A with Ivan J. Bates Bates Talks about Prosecuting Violent Offenders, Working with Police Chief and More

Baltimore City’s newest City State’s Attorney Ivan J. Bates recently sat down with Baltimore Times Staff Writer Ursula V. Battle to discuss tackling violent...

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