Pride Center Of Maryland Provides 'Oasis' To Assist Gender And Sexual MinoritiesWith about 40 staff members ready to help the community, the non-profit is preparing to expand its services in a new location on Saint Paul Street.
Caribbean Carnival Comes To Clifton Park In Baltimore Next MonthThe event promises "spectacular costumes, joyous revelry, and a generous dash of international flavor."
Baltimore Clinic Supports Older LGBTQ+ Population's Needs Through ElderPride Program: 'They Simply Age Differently'The program provides elder LGBTQ+ members with primary healthcare, dentistry, behavioral health and counseling, support groups, special events, and financial and legal connections.
Baltimore Ties Record-High Temperature On Balmy FridayWeather records for the Baltimore area have been tracked at what is now the airport since 1950, the National Weather Service said.
Baltimore Company Equitea Rolls Out First Batch Of Canned TeaThe health benefits of tea are well studied, and a local black-owned tea company is expanding in hopes of getting the popular beverage into the hands of more people.
Decommissioned Confederate Statues From Baltimore To Be Featured In LA ExhibitThe exhibit will display decommissioned Confederate monuments alongside contemporary art created in response to the statues, according to art news outlet Artnet.
Regular Gas Prices Have Risen to Nearly $5 per Gallon in Maryland, AAA SaysAs the price of fuel gets higher, the cost of goods and services is increasing on some goods, like in the landscaping industry.
Local Victim's Advocate Calls For Community Care After Deadly Shootings Rock Baltimore CommunityAs families mourn the loss of several young lives, longtime victim’s advocate Sonja Merchant-Jones said intervention is key to seeing change on the horizon.
Baltimore Man Charged With Child Pornography PossessionAfter Garith was arrested at his Charles Village home, a forensic analysis of electronic devices that were seized revealed multiple child pornography files, police said.
Baltimore-Based Under Armour Booted From The S&P 500The Baltimore company and IPG Photonics Corp are moving down to the S&P MidCap 400 list.
Johns Hopkins Leaders Address ‘Crisis’ of Mass Shootings in America; 6 Mass Shootings In Baltimore This YearSome of the nation’s leading experts on gun violence are in Baltimore at Johns Hopkins University.
Teenagers Often On Both Ends Of Rising Violent Crime In BaltimoreA 16-year-old boy was charged as an adult Wednesday with first- and second-degree murder after the murder of a 34-year-old man.
Marilyn Mosby's Defense Seeks Motion To Dismiss Perjury Charges, Arguing Definition Of "Adverse Financial Consequences"Prosecutors allege Mosby said she had suffered "adverse financial consequences" to withdraw from the retirement account.
Baltimore City Schools Without Air Conditioning Will Release Early TuesdayThe district currently has 24 schools without air conditioning.
Family Identifies Teen Killed In Inner Harbor Double ShootingTendea Family, a local community service organization working to curb crime, said the teen was a youth intern at the organization.