Catonsville Farmers Market in Town Through November

The first annual Catonsville Sunday Farmers’ Market is open, rain or shine through Nov. 21, from11 a.m. to 3 p.m., including Sept. 12, the...

Baltimoreans Earn Key Positions in Minority Real Estate Brokers Group

The National Association of Real Estate Brokers, (NAREB®) the nation’s oldest minority professional real estate trade association, carried on a tradition of electing and...

Balt. Co. Councilman Proposes Ban on ‘Spice’

Baltimore County Councilman Kevin Kamenetz announced plans yesterday to ban the sale, possession and distribution of synthetic marijuana sold on the market as “Spice”...

Violent Weekend Leads to More Police on Streets

A violent weekend in Baltimore came to a close with a heightened police presence across the city. According to the Baltimore City Police Department,...

NAACP Headquarters Staying Put in Baltimore

The NAACP has decided to keep its national headquarters in Baltimore. The civil rights organization passed on opportunities to move to Washington, D.C., Montgomery County,...

Dispatches from the Trail: Sign of the Times

Thousands of lawns across Baltimore City are anointed with campaign signs representing the aspirations of political novices and wily veterans. However, no one sign...

Boxing Legend Joe Gans Gets Some Deserved Recognition

On the 100th anniversary of his death, a committed group of fans gathered in the heat at Mount Auburn Cemetery to celebrate the legacy...

Generous Benefactors Help City Keep Some Pools Open

Most Baltimore City swimming pools were closed for the summer season on Aug. 8, at least four weeks too early for city residents looking...

Baltimore Congressman Continues Fight Against Foreclosures

U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings recently issued a letter to more than a dozen lenders throughout the metropolitan area currently engaged in mortgage modification procedures,...

UMBC Breaks Ground on New Performing Arts Center

The University of Maryland Baltimore County has broken ground on a $170 million performing arts and humanities building that will be the Catonsville school's...

Y of Central Maryland Announces Employee Promotions

The Y of Central Maryland recently announced the promotions of five staff members in various roles, including Michelle Becote-Jackson, who has been named senior...

‘The Avenue’ To Be Revisited

Eastsiders call Broadway “The Avenue.” Hampdenites give that designation to 36th Street, known nationally for its Christmas lights extravaganza. But for the African-American community...