Md. Company Wins Contract To Build Haiti PrisonA construction company based in Maryland has received a U.S. government contract to build a prison in northern Haiti.
Sandy Likely Biggest U.S. Relief Effort Since 2005Widespread destruction from Superstorm Sandy will likely make for the largest U.S. relief effort by the American Red Cross and others since Hurricane Katrina.
Sandy Gone, Caribbean Mourns 58 Dead, Cleans UpThe Caribbean death toll from Hurricane Sandy rose again sharply on Saturday, even as the storm swirled away toward the U.S. East Coast.
Smithsonian To Host Haitian Boys Choir On US TourA renowned boys' choir from Haiti will perform this week at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art.
Local Writer Spotlight: Madison Smartt BellMadison Smartt Bell lives on a quiet, tree lined Baltimore street. It is much like the street on which his character, Mike Devlin, resides in his novel, Ten Indians (1996).
USNS Comfort Returns To BaltimoreThe hospital ship USNS Comfort steamed into Baltimore Thursday night from a five-month humanitarian mission. The ship is back in port at the Canton Pier.
Slave Village Digs Resume In Civil War BattlefieldNational Park Service archaeologists are hoping to learn more this summer about a slave village unearthed within Monocacy National Battlefield.
Service Held To Mark 1st Anniversary Of Haiti EarthquakeWednesday marks the one year anniversary of the devastating earthquake that literally reduced much of Haiti to rubble.