Giving Tuesday turned out to be a big success here in Baltimore.
The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is known across the world as a time to donate your money, time and services to those who need it most. And Baltimore is rolling up its sleeves to pitch in.
The Salvation Army says someone broke into one of its community centers in Washington and stole at least $10,000 in donations collected through the charity’s Red Kettle Program.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art is receiving a $1.8 million gift from Oman, the largest donation in the museum’s history.
Orioles owner Peter Angelos opened his checkbook Wednesday but not for a hot pitching prospect.
Roslyn and Leonard Stoler have gifted $3 million to Sinai Hospital. In return, the hospital has named a portion of its main building in their honor.
If you’re a bargain hunter you might want to head to a popular Timonium consignment shop Wednesday. For the 23rd year, there’s a sidewalk sale that draws a big crowd.
An Annapolis man is making an unusual public apology to avoid going to court over charges of public urination.
Those who get donated food into the hands of the needy get discouraged this time every year. The United Way is stepping in to ask for help.
Plans to overhaul neglected sites on Washington’s National Mall with lakeside gardens, grassy amphitheaters and restaurants with views of the nation’s memorials are getting a boost from a German carmaker.
Salisbury University has received an $8 million gift to be used to build a new complex that will include a library.
To celebrate D.C. Emancipation Day, Washington’s Lincoln restaurant is donating a portion of its sales to support President Lincoln’s cottage.