Since the late 1800s, there’s been a group of dedicated women who look out for each other in times of crisis. You know this group as the “YWCA.”
It’s that time of year in Charm City when many agencies are overwhelmed trying to help those in need. Hundreds of people line up each day for a hot meal or a place to stay.
In an effort to help Baltimore’s homeless population, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced a cleanup movement. However, it was not welcomed by everyone.
Landlords and property managers in the District of Columbia are finding themselves at a crossroads.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will speak at the city’s third annual homelessness resource fair.
A new report says the District of Columbia should expect another surge in homeless families this winter.
The city moves in and moves out dozens of homeless people who had set up camp under the Jones Falls Expressway.
A panel of experts on veterans’ issues is meeting in Washington to discuss the distinct challenges faced by returning female veterans.
A publicly funded homeless shelter in Frederick is switching to year-round operation after 12 years as a cold weather shelter.
The federal government is ordering Baltimore to return $3.7 million of a $9.5 million grant meant to help homeless families.
A Hagerstown man is starting a 10-year prison sentence for beating a homeless man who later died.
The D.C. Council will listen to testimony on the city’s strategies for sheltering the homeless, including the practice of housing families in motels.