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At a ribbon-cutting event Friday, locals christened the playground, concrete skate plaza, and other new features.
With the grant from Downtown Partnership, owner Sumayyah Bilal expects to open a bakery in Charles Street’s central business district fairly soon.
The community-led project will bridge the one-mile stretch that divides neighborhoods along the Gay Street corridor with an infusion of “light art.”
Local leaders weigh in on the televised event, which marks Biden's first Charm City appearance as Commander in Chief.
Through the Real Care Providers Network, the minister is aiding those who are currently unhoused across the city.
Allowing young people to lead the way, Wide Angle Youth Media has made a name for itself as a local production house.
As the state recovers from last year’s economic setbacks, MFB continues to tackle the root causes of the issue.
A gift from George and Jennifer Ward Reynolds awards $160,000 scholarships for high-achieving Maryland students to attend Dickinson College.
Starting today, Baltimore County’s first free shuttle will operate six days per week.
Effort at the BMA is the latest in a trend of unionization at cultural institutions around the country.
By day, Matt Hankins is a shop supervisor at Worcester Eisenbrandt, a historic restoration company that's nearly 100 years old.
Plan your weekend getaway and rediscover the simple pleasures of travel.
To date, the organization has raised enough money to buy and distribute more than 4.5 million diapers and 1.3 million other childcare items across Baltimore.
The next generation takes over at Bill’s Music, a Catonsville institution.
In its 54th year, the Fells Point Fun Fest reemerges with a full lineup of eats, drinks, and live music around Broadway Square.
John Minadakis' Famous Fund has raised roughly $480,000 (and counting) that’s been split among dozens of spots decimated by the pandemic.
The service project that Rippey started when she was 12 years old continues to serve those in need.
Slated for an unveiling in 2022, the Creativity Center will include a dance studio, teaching kitchen, and other new spaces and opportunities for cultural learning.
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.