Two Baltimore students have been awarded $1,000 in scholarship through the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program.
Hotels now want to treat you like a storage unit full of crappy furniture — they bid on YOU!
Thanksgiving comes in just one week, and signs of the holiday season are all over Baltimore. Festivities kicked off across the city Thursday night– from Santa’s arrival at the Inner Harbor to the shopping season kickoff in Pigtown.
Redesigning your home can be a challenge, especially if you want to bring a bit of the city–some Baltimore touches–inside. The owners of AFP Interiors, Kimberly A. Eastburn Interiors and LCK Interiors took time to discuss decorating tips, Baltimore style trends and more. Get ready to add some flair to your space.
Now is the perfect time to join the “go local” movement by banking locally with a community bank like The Harbor Bank of Maryland.
You can eat healthier and create local jobs. State officials issue that challenge to residents this week, and all you have to do is shop.
It was perfect weather for opening day at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market. For 35 years, shoppers have been loading up on fresh food. This year, the market is off to a great start.
Prince George’s County officials have approved bills that encourage county government contractors to employ local residents and use unionized labor.
The newest transit line in Baltimore is expected to carry 57,000 people a day on a path from near Security Mall to Bayview Hospital.
Corn, cantaloupes and other produce are hitting farm stands across Maryland and state officials are encouraging shoppers to enjoy them.
Click on the link inside to find the flu vaccine in your neighborhood.
When you see a sign in the grocery store and it says “local produce,” does that mean it’s grown in Maryland?