Runners, take your mark. The Baltimore Running Festival is hours away, bringing tens of thousands of people to the city. After the attacks in Boston earlier this year, extra security is tight.
A local man is hosting a high-flying party to raise money for the Brigance Brigade Foundation, formed by former Ravens star O.J. Brigance, who is battling ALS.
It’s food, fun and football, and it’s a chance to help others. It happens in downtown Baltimore Friday night.
Vice President Joe Biden has canceled an event Thursday in Rhode Island to remain in Houston while his son is being evaluated at a Texas cancer center.
An Ocean City group is hosting the last of four fundraisers to benefit the families of two city police officers who died in a plane crash.
Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe is scheduled to attend a fundraiser in Maryland with Gov. Martin O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.
Alejandro Lopez got by with a little help from his friends. Now the owner of Los Toltecos Mexican restaurant looks for ways to help others.
A now annual local outdoor fundraiser couldn’t have come at a more inopportune time. It started at about the same hour as Thursday’s first severe weather, and was still going when the second bout hit.
It’s called Faces of Valor USA. It’s an Anne Arundel County organization that honors local heroes.
Residents come out to support a Baltimore County native, injured in the Boston bombings.
Helping a friend. A Baltimore County woman who lost her leg after the Boston Marathon bombing is getting some much needed financial help for the mounting medical bills.
Kayla Campbell turned a loss into a gain after her hair fell out. It took several years to get past the discouraging disappearance of her thick, wavy brown locks.