Throughout the riots and looting that overtook our city during the Freddie Gray protests, several businesses stayed open despite the danger. The PNC Foundation is now recognizing one of those businesses located in the hardest hit area.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Baltimore City has received two grants to prosecute abusers and get legal help for victims.
It’s a big investment in little kids–$75,000 worth.
One teacher’s quest to improve the lives of her students is getting national attention.
The state of Maryland has announced approval of a $1 million grant for a Hagerstown manufacturer.
The University of Maryland Schools of Dentistry and Medicine have received a $10.7 million grant over five years to study the causes, prevention and treatment of sexually-transmitted diseases.
An effort to stop violence right where it starts. Baltimore communities are working hard to keep their streets safe and curb violence.
They say the best things in life are free. Now, thanks for a government grant, a free commuter service at the Inner Harbor will continue.
Washington County officials say a Hagerstown-based producer of paper products is planning an expansion that promises 120 new jobs.
The Charm City Circulator Harbor Connector has been awarded a federal grant to continue operating as an all-electric water taxi service in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
The Walters Art Museum has been awarded $913,000 in grants for upcoming projects and exhibits leading into its 80th anniversary as a public museum.
The Kennedy Krieger Institute receives a major grant that will go toward a new building.