Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Gary Hofmann isn’t exactly an artist. He’s more interested in repairing vintage arcade games and watching his son play football than visiting an art gallery or taking a pottery class.
During the holiday season, it’s important to remember those in need. One important way is to give back to the community and in Baltimore there are a ton of ways to do it. But planning ahead is key. From animal rescue to serving food, here is a list of a few places to volunteer this holiday season and how you can give back.
Former Eyewitness news anchor Dick Gelfman has always been humble about the millions he’s raised to fight breast cancer with his ride across Maryland.
It’s one of Baltimore’s biggest sales of the year, and if you’re looking for men’s or women’s clothing there’s no better place to go. Ron Matz has more on the best dressed sale which benefits Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Respiratory specialists from across Maryland are coming to Baltimore to pit their ventilator racing skills against each other.
They’ll be eating steamed crabs by the thousands this evening in Annapolis. The world’s largest crab feast is just getting underway.
If you like a good crab cake, there’s something new that will make your mouth water. A local restaurant is stepping up in a big way to team up to help a local charity.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have selected a Washington charity’s work in Northern Ireland as one of more than two dozen charities tabbed to receive donations in lieu of gifts to the royal couple.
Organizers say hundreds of people will brave temperatures in the upper 30s to take a dip in Deep Creek Lake for charity.
When the Ravens take the field against the Steelers on Saturday, they’ll have a higher power on their side.
The Maryland Food Bank needs your help and they got some from commuters Tuesday morning in Owings Mills.