Department Of Planning Employees To VolunteerMaryland Department of Planning employees are volunteering at a community center in Baltimore.
City Youth Use Murals To Restore Beauty In Sandtown Following RiotsAfter the April riots, city youth groups are doing what they can to restore beauty and hope to help one of the hardest hit communities.
New Push To Improve Relations Between Police & The CommunityThey're mainly focusing on the lack of communication--not just between police and the community, but between police and the government.
WJZ COMMUNITY COMMITMENT: How You Can HelpDonate here to help Baltimore's effected neighborhoods.
Family-Owned Grocery Gives Back To Community In Annual EventA locally-owned supermarket helps dozens of people enjoy a much happier Thanksgiving.
Why Small Business Saturday Is Important For Your CommunitySmall Business Saturday will take place nationwide this year on November 29th. Since its launch in 2010 it has helped change the landscape of big-city neighborhoods and small town U.S.A.
Woman Holding Baby Claims She Was Tased By Police; Officers Refute StoryTwo different stories from a West Baltimore neighborhood involving an accident during a police arrest.
Is Cohousing Right For Your Family?If you've tried to picture life for you and your family in a cohousing community, here's what you need to know.
LGBT Community On Alert After Transgender Woman Found DeadLiving in fear. A growing number of attacks of transgender people and two murders put the LGBT community on edge. The latest victim--a transgender woman found dead in a field in Northeast Baltimore.
Friends & NeighborsIs your local church, synagogue, school, or neighborhood organization throwing a festival or fundraiser? CBS Radio/ Baltimore & Jiffy Lube appreciate our listeners and our community! We want to give back by showing up with The Friends& Neighbors van at your event.
Community Effort To Grow Oyster Gardens & Heal The Bay Continues To SpreadIt's a shell game with an awful lot riding on it: restore enough oysters and improve the Chesapeake Bay's waters.
Eastern Shore Dig Seeks Proof Of 1st Free Black CommunityArchaeology students have been sifting through a little patch of ground on Maryland's Eastern Shore this summer, seeking evidence that it was home to the nation's first free African-American community.