After losing their daughter to dating violence, Bill and Michele Mitchell share their story to save others.
N'Namdi's advocacy group is aimed at eradicating blight by creating safer spaces for residents.
We catch up with the founder of Minorities in Aquaculture.
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Bob Gehman transformed a homeless shelter into a cutting-edge residential addiction recovery program.
Using memes, GIFs, and evocative infographics, the duo aims to combat COVID misinformation and boost vaccinations.
A beloved Highlandtown institution for nearly a century, the German bakery announced Friday that it was closing its doors.
You voted, and now, here are your picks for the best that Baltimore has to offer.
We talk to the authors about 'Where Tomorrows Aren’t Promised,' a compelling coming-of-age story set largely around Baltimore’s rec centers and schools.
We catch up with the founder of Parity.
Baltimore Hebrew’s popular service has morphed into one of the biggest yearly events for the local Jewish community.
A collaboration with neighborhoods, transportation officials, and traffic engineers, the inventive art doubles as a traffic-calming tool.
Plan your weekend getaway and rediscover the simple pleasures of travel.
We round up the best things to eat, see, hear, and do at the annual end-of-summer event.
Mission also focuses on workforce development, hiring individuals who have barriers to employment, and providing training at its Howard and 25th Street lumberyard.
From coffee shops to libraries to co-working spaces, here’s where to get a change of scenery.
Chesapeake Veterinary Surgical Specialists is an all-in-one practice for your pet care needs.
City’s annual celebration of Black culture returns with virtual and in-person happenings.
The opening of Harborplace sparked a waterfront renaissance beyond baltimore’s wildest dreams. Four decades later, has the ship sailed for the twin pavilions?
On the ground with Baltimore doctors and nurses responding to the Haitian earthquake.
The Caves Valley Golf Club is set to host Baltimore’s first PGA Tour event in nearly 60 years, while shining a light on a life-changing scholarship.
Almost a month in, residents are taking advantage of the city’s new food scrap drop-off sites.
Political headwinds and city's high homicide count are challenging the young mayor's plans to improve public safety.
With vaccination rates stagnating, city is partnering with colleges to target specific groups.
Organizers with Baltimore Safe Haven gear up for the return of the rally this weekend.
“It looks like the mothership approaching,” says Jeff Halverson, referring to the ominous green-hued storm that touched down in 2019 in Howard County.