May 30, 2022
Rallies held in Baltimore for 'summer of peace' with events for youth
Baltimore City officials and community leaders are highlighting efforts to prevent violence in the days after another tragic weekend in the city.
May 27, 2022
Radio show host Cassandra Ferguson raises up others with her Elevation media brand
Cassandra Ferguson, radio show host and owner of Elevation Global Media Group in Towson, overcame a turbulent early life that has empowered her to elevate and inspire others.
May 23, 2022
Baltimore Masters share wisdom on the ministry of music
JD advises if a child displays an early interest in music and their school has a music program it will be a good avenue to apply for the Baltimore School of The Arts. He also says “it is mandatory for everyone to find a mentor. A good place to start is with your local church musician.”
April 25, 2022
Striking Pair: Pastor & Rabbi Team Up To Bring Community Together With Duckpin Bowling
It's not what you would expect to see in the basement of a 100-year-old church: A Duckpin bowling alley retrofitted with the latest in bowling technology.
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.