Along with Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes Giving Tuesday. Alex Demetrick reports on the relatively new concept.
Mike Hellgren reports, as hundreds of Central American immigrants stream into Maryland, Governor Martin O’malley says he’s against turning vacant federal buildings into shelters.
The cuts started kicking in automatically on March 1 after feuding Democrats and Republicans failed to agree on a better plan for addressing the national deficit. They are hitting at a time of spiking poverty as the U.S. slowly climbs out of the deepest economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Sabree Akinyele, Director of Our Daily Bread employment and food center, joined us this Sunday Morning on CBS Radio to discuss the difference the organization is making in Baltimore.
The Archdiocese of Baltimore says it is has raised $64 million of the $100 million it is working to raise to support its mission.
Two big local names with an unfortunate thing in common. Both Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) and Catholic Charities are being targeted by a scam artist.
What started as a child pornography investigation uncovered much more. Baltimore County Police say a Parkville man is under arrest for sexually abusing someone with developmental disabilities.
A District of Columbia native has been chosen to lead one of the region’s largest private providers of services to those most in need.