Third Baltimore Police Officer To Plead Guilty to Racketeering

A third Baltimore Police officer will plead guilty to federal racketeering charges joining two other members of the BPD (Baltimore Police Department) who pleaded...

Sixth Annual United Way of Central Maryland Project Homeless Connect

United Way of Central Maryland will bring together more than 130 local organizations and 2,000 community volunteers to aid those experiencing homelessness in Baltimore...

Epworth United Methodist Chapel’s 30th annual Women’s Day

The 30th annual Women’s Day  is on October 15, 2017 beginning at 9:30 am.  The guest speaker will be Bishop LaTrelle Easterling, the first...

The AFRO American Newspapers’ Diversity in Careers & Education Expo

Job seekers and aspiring students get motivate, come in your best dress and bring your resumes to the expo on October 17th from 10...

Mount Moriah Baptist Church Pre 90th Anniversary Service

Please come out and worship with The Mount Moriah Baptist Church family for our Wednesday night services beginning October 18th - November 8th. The Wednesday...

Koinonia Baptist Church Celebrates 25th Church Anniversary

Koinonia Baptist Church will celebrate its 25th church anniversary with community leader and B.U.I.L.D organizer, Bishop Douglas I. Miles whose celebrating his 50th year...

Federal Judge Tosses Lawsuit Challenging Baltimore Police Non-Disparagement Clause

BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging Baltimore's policy prohibiting alleged victims of police brutality from disparaging police after they...

Why Whupping Children Won’t Save Black America’

Recently I participated in the Holistic Parenting and Education Summit, an event organized by Kenyatta Macon-Moon, the founder of the Nsoroma Academy of Holistic...

Fight For Black Participation in Maryland Cannabis Industry Continues

The Maryland General Assembly’s Legislative Black Caucus (LBC) members had tough questions for State Agency officials and The Medical Cannabis Commission about Maryland’s nascent...

Ruling Offers Glimmer of Hope

Will Court Compel Transferring Programs from Historically White Institutions to HBCU’s to Remedy Maryland’s Historical Constitutional Violations? (Updated 10/5/2017) Recent actions rendered by the US District...

Sex For Repairs Scandal Continues to Plague Public Housing

“I hope they tear this place down, it isn’t safe! It’s got mice, roaches, rats, mold, bedbugs—all kinds of pests…” said Danielle Harris a...

Damaged Oaks May Lead to Carter Vs. Dixon For the 41st

Technically the 41st district Senate seat is still occupied by long time legislator Nathaniel Oaks. However, the pending corruption charges against him have fueled...