Coppin: Touching the Community

When Linda Kaminkow, 52, of Dundalk stepped into Coppin State University’s community health center in 2005, she quickly fell in love with the friendly...

Local Boy Scouts Converge at Fort McHenry, Celebrate 100th Year

Click here to view a slideshow of the activities and faces present at the Fort McHenry jamboree. Local officials, community leaders and volunteers joined several...

Fake Marijuana Now Illegal in Baltimore Co.

On Oct. 4 Baltimore County legislators passed a unanimous ban on the sale, possession and distribution of the synthetic marijuana-like substance sold as “Spice”...

Holton Pleads ‘No Contest,’ Removed as Finance Chair

Councilwoman Helen Holton, who represents Baltimore’s Eighth District, has been removed as chair of the City Council’s Taxation and Finance Committee. Lester Davis, a...

Education Officials Visit Baltimore

President Obama set a goal for the United States to have the most educated workforce in the world by 2020. Over the years, America’s...

Obama, Maryland Leaders Rally for Maryland’s Vote

Click here to view more photos of the rally at Bowie State University. President Obama joined an assortment of Maryland politicians at Bowie State University...

Video of Traffic Stop Ruled Permissible by Maryland Judge

A Harford County, Md. judge ruled Sept. 27 that it is lawful for a motorist to record a police traffic stop. Anthony Graber faced...

Mario Arrested for Assault on Mom

Singer Mario has made headlines since 2002 when he initially stormed R&B radio waves with a catchy pop tune “Just a Friend.” But on...

Ken Oliver Edges Out a Victory in Baltimore County’s Fourth

In a race that came down to a mere 98 votes, Kenneth Oliver retained his seat as the councilman for Baltimore County's Fourth District....

City Awards Funds to Non-Profits for Energy Efficiency

Energy usage is an important topic among home and business owners in Baltimore City as the temperatures outside begin to decline and energy -related...

Major Neighborhood Revitalization Project Underway

Dilapidated vacant houses and abandoned lots will soon become a distant memory for residents of the Barclay/Old Goucher community in East Baltimore. On Sept....

Fees and Taxes Fear and Loathing on the Trail

With roughly a month left before we know if Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley will hold onto his seat or if his nemesis, former Gov....