Coin Worth More Than $1,000 Found In Md. Salvation Army KettleA rare coin dropped in a Salvation Army red kettle in Montgomery County is worth between $1,300 and $1,700, the organization says.
Toys, Clothes For Underprivileged Children Stolen From Salvation Army WarehouseA Salvation Army warehouse in Baltimore has been burglarized. Toys and clothes for unprivileged children were among the stolen items.
Special Hours At Salvation Army Howard County Thrift ShopIf you are looking to start your holiday shopping before Black Friday, there are exclusive hours available at The Salvation Thrift Store in Ellicott City.
Money-Saving Tips For CampingWith warm weather and clear skies, heading out for a camping trip is one of America’s most popular excursions. Here are some of the best money-saving tips while camping.
Cash Donations Stolen From D.C. Salvation Army SiteThe Salvation Army says someone broke into one of its community centers in Washington and stole at least $10,000 in donations collected through the charity's Red Kettle Program.
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013Don Scott and Marty Bass had "Coffee With" Bruce Greenwood. They talked about the Science Channel's new film, "The Challenger Disaster."
Electrical Short Caused Salvation Army FireThe State Fire Marshal's Office say a fire that heavily damaged the Salvation Army store in Cambridge last month was caused by a short in an electric cable.
Salvation Army Store Fire Causes $500K In DamageA four-alarm fire has heavily damaged the Salvation Army store in Cambridge.
Public Affairs: Christmas CheerA lot of folks help make the holiday season special in the Baltimore region.
$1,000 Coin Donated To Baltimore Area Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army Baltimore area command got a great surprise when a gold coin was found in a Red Kettle in Carroll County.
Baltimore Accepting Winter Clothes For Mitten TreePublic works officials in Baltimore are accepting mittens, caps, gloves and scarves as part of the 39th annual Mitten Tree collection.
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.