A special Catholic ministry in Dundalk is now directly helping Filipinos whose families were in the path of the typhoon.
An arts management training program at the Kennedy Center that’s funded by one of the center’s largest donations will move to the University of Maryland next year.
Residents in the Philippines are still sorting through the wreckage of their homes left after Typhoon Haiyan. Now, local organizations here in Baltimore are doing their part to help.
Thousands of Marylanders have trouble putting food on their table. Now, thanks to your generosity, they have some help.
A man with ties to the businessman at the center of a wide-ranging investigation into D.C. politics has been charged with making straw political donations and plans to plead guilty to a misdemeanor.
The Maryland Food Bank says over 175,000 Marylanders don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Now they have found a creative way to get out their message.
The District of Columbia has awarded $1.7 billion in tax breaks to developers in the past decade, and more than a third of that total has gone to 10 developers that donated the most to city politicians’ campaigns over that time.
A lease-to-own company has donated a TV and 5 laptop computers to replace those stolen from the Admiral Oaks Boys & Girls Club.
Marylander Erika Brannock lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing. Click on the link to find out how you can help her.
Broadway legend Joel Grey is visiting the Smithsonian to donate items from the film “Cabaret” to the National Museum of American History.
Oftentimes a tragedy helps focus one’s desire to do works of charity.
The devastation in New York and New Jersey has gotten much well deserved attention lately, but a local town is still reeling from Sandy. So what are people around here doing to help?