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  • Arc of Baltimore Celebrates 60 Years

    BALTIMORE – Every morning for more than a year, Joe Brown has made the 45-minute, multi-bus commute to The Arc of Baltimore headquarters where he is the friendly office clerk responsible for all mail operations. Brown is mentally disabled. Brown, 22, is just one of The Arc's many ...

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  • Baltimore’s Jessamy Campaign Makes Last Push

    With Maryland’s primary election just days away, candidates for Baltimore State’s Attorney made their last minute pitch to voters with a full weekend of events and appearances. According to University of Maryland Law Professor Larry Gibson, one of the top political strategists in ...

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  • Safe Sleep Can Prevent SIDS

    September is Infant Mortality Awareness Month and across the United States, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death for healthy infants from one month to one year. In Baltimore the disparity of infant deaths between African-American and Caucasian babies is at an ...

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  • Bolton House Residents Sound Off

    Residents at Bolton House Apartments expressed anger at Edgewood Management Corporation at a community meeting on Sept. 2 where they voiced concerns about the security and cleanliness of the 260-unit building. According to the company’s website, Bolton House is one of 70 properties in ...

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  • YMCA Executive and AFRO Family Member, Dies

    Dr. A. Paul Moss, a longtime YMCA executive credited with revamping Baltimore’s YMCA camping network, died Sept. 6 at the Ellicott City Rehabilitation Center. His health has been deteriorating since July. He was 99. Though Baltimore became his adopted home, Moss was born the sixth of ...

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  • Baltimore Foundation in Line for Pepsi Grant

    For families battling a child’s critical illness, the crashing surf and sandy shores of area beaches offer a port in a storm. And Believe In Tomorrow Children’s Foundation is one step closer to opening that harbor to more needy families. The Baltimore-based organization is in the ...

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  • Baltimore Goes Blue for Men’s Health

    The Men’s Blue Suit Awareness Weekend, a faith-based health awareness campaign founded in 2007 by Baltimore NAACP President Marvin “Doc” Cheatham, has become a tradition at churches, mosques and other religious institutions throughout the metropolitan area. The initiative aims ...

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  • Maryland Senator Indicted on Bribery Charges

    Maryland Sen. Ulysses Currie has been indicted in federal court on charges that he took bribes from grocery chain Shoppers Food and Pharmacy. The 48-page court document claims Shoppers and Currie “knowingly and unlawfully” conspired to “commit certain offenses against the ...

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