Belle Vue Farm Added To National Park Services’ National Underground Railroad Network To FreedomBelle Vue Farm in Havre De Grace, Maryland, is one of the newest sites on the National Park Services’ National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.
CIAA Tournament Wraps Up Week Of Basketball Fandom In BaltimoreThe CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament wrapped up a week in Charm City by crowning two new champions. For the women, it was Lincoln University. The men saw Fayetteville State University take home the title.
This Weekend, Maryland Students Shine In WJZ's Black History Oratory Competition 2022Our 2021 champion orator Nefertiti Griffin of River Hill High School recalls her win. She says even as a shy young woman, this platform has given her the confidence to be more outgoing.
Doctor At Johns Hopkins Medicine Works Where His Grandmother Once Cleaned“Most of the people who come from communities like I come from, you don’t see that often,” Dr. Malone said. “We don’t see people making it out of these circumstances.”
ASK A DOC: LifeBridge Health Dr. William Ashley Discusses Black History Month & American Heart MonthDr. William Ashley, a trained neurosurgeon with LifeBridge Health, speaks with WJZ's Linh Bui about diversity and inclusion in the medical field in recognition of Black History Month. Dr. Ashley also discusses risks posed by stroke, aneurysms, brain tumors, hypertension and high blood pressure, as well as treatment options.
First African-American Pilot In Maryland Air National Guard Reflects On Military ServiceThe first African-American pilot to serve in the Maryland Air National Guard says he misses the feeling of flying.
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park Will Offer Free Programs To Celebrate Abolitionist's 200th BirthdayThe Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park and Visitor Center will host a series of free programs from March 11–13 in celebration of the bicentennial anniversary of her birth.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Launches Symphony in the City Series TuesdayThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on Tuesday will launch a series of free shows outside the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, starting with a concert at the New Shiloh Baptist Church celebrating Black composers.
Baltimore Organization Makes Effort To Revive Iconic Royal TheaterThe Royal Theatre was an icon in the city, where African-Americans celebrated music.
La Plata Author Passes On Lessons From Grandfather In Children’s Book SeriesA La Plata author is hoping her children’s book series passes on valuable lessons she learned from her grandfather while also sparking deeper conservations about literacy and representation with a new MLB book partnership.
Maryland Entrepreneur Among Youngest Business Owners With Amazon's Delivery Service Partner ProgramJaren Kirkland has owned his own transportation business since he was 21 years old. Now he's one of the youngest business owners with Amazon's Delivery Service Partner Program, or DSP.
UMBC Graduate Who Helped Develop COVID Vaccine Keynote Speaker At Black History Month BreakfastThey pulled out all the stops at the 41st annual Black History Month Breakfast.
Baltimore Man Channels Life Experience & Travels Into Candle BusinessA Black-owned candlemaker based in Baltimore is getting a lot of buzz because of its unique products and the inspiration behind them.
West Baltimore Cardiologist Goes Beyond The Hospital To Care For Black CommunityDr. Athol Morgan spends time going to barbershops and hair salons to educate the Black community about health. He does medical testing and offers vaccine information.
Bowie State University Student's Artwork Featured On Products In Target Stores NationwideSharone Townsend art quickly became popular at Target stores nationwide.