Controversy on campus. A fraternity and sorority at McDaniel College are under fire after allegations of ethnic stereotyping during a party.
The Bay Bridge Walk is back! What used to be an annual event, sponsored by the state, was canceled for financial reasons several years ago.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is staying open late for an event called “After Hours with the Animals.”
The tragic deaths of two teens are remembered a year later. The college students were killed in a train derailment in Howard County.
Baltimore’s streets are changing shape as construction starts for the Grand Prix of Baltimore Labor Day weekend.
The African-American Festival comes back to M&T Bank Stadium.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says customers recycled more than 400 room air conditioners through the company’s recycling drop-off event last weekend.
Superstorm Sandy created serious hardships for tens of thousands of people. And as the season of giving begins, so does the relief effort.
The Third Annual Towsonopoly Tournament and Gala is an exciting evening of casino games, entertainment, auction, cocktails and dinner and the highlight of the evening, the Towsonopoly Tournament.
Why host the same old dinner party, when you can have a party that will keep your guests on the edge of their seats. A murder mystery dinner party will give your guests an evening to remember as they work together to untangle the clues and find the murderer. Part comedy, part drama, all fun!
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts have announced MECU, the Municipal Employees Credit Union of Baltimore, will be the title sponsor of the 2012 MECU Neighborhood Event Grants program.