Everything takes a starting point and this last day of January makes the first day of the “Reclaim the Bay” campaign.
It’s something most of us take for granted: our eyesight. But imagine losing it and then trying to navigate in this world.
Metro is launching a public awareness campaign to encourage sexual harassment victims to file reports with the police.
In a classroom at Walker Jones Educational Center, four Howard track athletes, a George Washington soccer player and a former all-American sprinter from Georgetown push tiny desks and chairs against the walls to create a playground for the afternoon’s game. It’s called HIV Attacks!
In the 30 years since AIDS and HIV was diagnosed in America, Baltimore and Maryland have seen their rates of new infections climb to be among the worst in the nation.
Construction workers at Poole and Kent don pink hard hats as they work on the two new women’s care towers at Johns Hopkins.
It’s an event that saves lives. This weekend marks the 5th annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge.
The president of Frostburg State University is joining a national panel charged with raising awareness about the dangers of binge drinking on college campuses.
Earlier this year, Maryland’s first lady teamed up with the nation’s first lady to prevent bullying in schools. Katie O’Malley continues the campaign to get more students involved.
Earth Day is this Friday and environmental activities are being held across the region this week to raise environmental awareness.
Find out more about colorectal cancer awareness month.
During a visit to Greece in 2009, Michael Cambetes discovered a beautiful two-story, Victorian-style home, noting that most of the houses he saw were only one story. It had been left abandoned, rusty lock and all, and Cambetes, when asking around, soon learned the owner had died of AIDS — the first AIDS-related death on the island, he was told.