It happens every Christmas in Baltimore. The local Jewish community is joining hands and giving back to help those in need.
Hundreds of volunteers from the Washington, D.C. Jewish Community Center will be working in the community on Christmas Day in the district, Maryland and Virginia.
Members of the Jewish community came together Tuesday to help those less fortunate. They’re working to make the cold winter months a little easier.
When Marvin D. Pinkert tells friends from the area about his new job as executive director of the Jewish Museum of Maryland, he says they often ask, “When are they building a Jewish Museum in Baltimore?” or sometimes, “There’s a museum by Attman’s Deli?”
A mosque is preparing to open in the heart of the Jewish community in Pikesville.
Alleged Teen Victim In Baltimore Neighborhood Watch Beating Now Wants Charges Dropped; Refuses To Testify In Court
There are dramatic twists in the trial of two brothers accused of beating an African-American teenager in Northwest Baltimore. The star witness takes the stand and refuses to testify, even asking for the charges to be dropped.
Whether you’re looking for a quick kosher lunch spot or need catering for a large gathering, these Baltimore kosher locales offer it all without skimping on the flavor.
You don’t have to be a Christian to take part in the holiday. Over the last few years, more and more Jewish people are joining a growing Christmas day tradition.
An American imprisoned in Cuba since December 2009 after bringing communications equipment onto the island wanted reassurance that what he was doing was legal but was told by his company not to ask Cuban officials, the man’s wife said Monday.
The family of a man whom Cuban authorities sentenced to 15 years in prison said a special prayer for his return on the first night of the Jewish holiday of Passover.
Baltimore’s Jewish community begins the celebration of Passover Monday evening.
Tamir Goodman attended school in Baltimore and was once regarded as one of the top basketball talents in the world. Although injuries cut his career short, he’s found happiness in organizing basketball camps.