Rawlings-Blake Launches New Plan to Tackle Baltimore Blight

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has announced an elaborate strategy to tackle the city’s vacant properties and reduce blight. The plan calls for a streamlined sales...

Morgan, Area Residents Begin New Partnership

Residents around Morgan State University, fed up with students parking in their neighborhoods, held a protest near the campus Nov. 15. Holding signs demanding...

Constitutional Convention Appears Unlikely Because of Abstainers

During the General Election, many Marylanders – consumed with the selection of the state’s next governor – ignored the first statewide ballot question that...

Attorney General Files Suit Against Henson and Associates

An Election Day robocall sent to Democratic voters in the state of Maryland telling them to “relax” and that the election was over –...

Community Corner

PIKESVILLE Erlene Wilson Receives Business Award Erlene B. Wilson, founder and president of EWC pr+mktg (dba E. Wilson Communications Inc.) and longtime Pikesville resident, has been...

Support Organization Accepts Responsibility for Baltimore Women in Crisis

In 1988, 27-year-old Wanda Savage discovered she was HIV positive and pregnant. Unable to find services or housing, she struggled financially until she succumbed...

Coppin Pays Tribute to Student Shooting Victim

While Coppin State track star, honors scholar Dale Dunn, recovers from a shooting stemming from an armed robbery in the Mondawmin neighborhood, his fellow...

Community Choir to Sing Black Sacred Music at its Best

Our grandmothers propelled themselves on “church” music as they tackled the often manual and challenging tasks of the day. They hummed “Father I Stretch...

Juvenile Detention Center Still Set to Rise in East Baltimore

After much uproar from Baltimore City residents and community leaders, a $104 million juvenile detention facility is still scheduled to be built in East...

Young Introduces Bills Promoting Transparency

City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young is vying for transparency with his newest legislation proposals to tighten Baltimore’s lobbying rules and televise three...

O’Malley WINS!!

Click here to view selected 2010 Election results. In an election fueled by passionate incumbents hoping to increase confidence in government and either reshape or...

Maryland Legislative Black Caucus Celebrates 40 Years

Celebrating 40 years of service as Maryland moves on, the Maryland Black Caucus announces its 2010 annual legislative celebration. Sen. Catherine E. Pugh, D-40th,...