April 9, 2022
COVID vaccines will soon be available for kids under 5. Maryland experts worry many parents won’t see the need.
Terry Golaner is counting the days until her two youngest children can be vaccinated against the coronavirus, continuing with masks and careful consideration of social activities.
April 1, 2022
Family demanding justice for 18-year-old killed by Baltimore Police
It’s been less than two months since 18-year-old Donnell Rochester was killed by Baltimore City Police. It happened in Northwest Baltimore on February 19th near Hillen Road and Chilton Street.
April 1, 2022
Thurgood Marshall's old school in Baltimore to become national park site
In just three months, a historic building that has sat vacant in west Baltimore's Upton neighborhood will begin a massive makeover.
April 1, 2022
Over $1M invested in west Baltimore neighborhoods for city youths
Change is coming to west Baltimore, thanks to federal money announced Friday, by Maryland's U.S. senators. The funds will go toward improving conditions for kids.
March 5, 2022
A West Baltimore landmark school attended by Thurgood Marshall to sparkle again
The Rev. Al Hathaway states his case: “Justice Thurgood Marshall should be to Baltimore what the Rev. Martin Luther King is to Atlanta.”
February 12, 2022
Two juveniles shot in one week in Baltimore County raising new alarm
Baltimore County police responded to reports of shots fired at around 10:30 near Radlen court in Windsor Mill Friday. Officers say they found a juvenile suffering from a gunshot wound.
January 29, 2022
Toyota and the Salvation Army collaborate to provide winter boots and socks to Baltimore families
As snow and colder temperatures seem to be sweeping the East Coast, Toyota is focusing on keeping Baltimore families warm this winter with their "Walk in My Boots" community outreach program.
January 28, 2022
Baltimore Will Conduct Count Of Homeless Population in February, Scott Says
Baltimore officials will conduct the city’s count of people experiencing homeless next month, the Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services announced Friday.
January 22, 2022
Bundle Up Baltimore collects clothes for the homeless
As Baltimore experiences bitter cold, Salvation Army Leaders are making sure everyone can stay warm.
January 18, 2022
An Orthodox synagogue and a Black church search for shared history with a walk through a once-integrated neighborhood
Half of the students in the Zoom class were from Liberty Grace Church of God, a Black Baptist church in Baltimore. The other half attended the Jewish day school affiliated with Beth Tfiloh Congregation, in the Baltimore suburbs
January 17, 2022
Our MLK Day of Service tribute: three exemplars of public service
“A man has not begun to live until he can rise above the narrow confines of his own individual concerns, to the broader concerns of all humanity.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking at the New Covenant Baptist Church, in Chicago, Illinois, on April 9, 1967.
January 12, 2022
Black churches can help shape public health policy
An underappreciated reality in health care is that African American communities do not always trust health care systems, but they do trust their faith leaders. And health systems should too.
January 5, 2022
Mayor announces additional COVID tests for Baltimore amid ‘rapid and alarming’ surge
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday that the city had acquired 200,000 COVID-19 rapid tests to deliver throughout the community and that his administration was allocating another 100,000 rapid tests to city schools amid what he described as a “rapid and alarming” coronavirus surge.